On May 14, 4:04 pm, kstubs <kst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This might be off-topic, but we are a pretty smart group here, so hoping to
> the client? How do you guarantee that they are either informed to refresh
> (hard-refresh) or that the script is updated automatically?
by the HTML. That way, you can use long caching times on your
your main HTML file has a short caching time (which is usually
necessary, so that changes to the main file get reflected on the
client right away). The same applies for CSS and any other additional
resource you want cached where possible.
Your best bet for that is to actually change the path, *not* use a
query string. That sounds like a maintenance nightmare, but I haven't
found it to be yet. And if you have a "build" step in your web
etc.), you can automate it to a large extent.
This article on caching is very helpful:
Independent Software Engineer
tj / crowder software / com
www / crowder software / com
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