I have implemented Workbox to generate my service worker using webpack. This works – I can confirm revision is updated in the generated service worker when running “generate-sw”: “workbox inject:manifest”. The problem is – I have noticed my clients are not updating the cache after a new release. Even days after updating the service worker my clients are still caching
I have a simple Service Worker implementation like this: My goal is to cache all resources except the two files indicated in the urlsToCache variable, these two files should ALWAYS be requested from the network.. How can i achieve this? How can I then verify that it is actually so? AdvertisementAnswer You can check the […]
I have a file with object that gets populated with process.env properties: env.js Now I try to test this file with different process.env properties: env.test.js Unfortunately, even though I try to load the file in every test separately the file gets loaded only once, making the third test fail with: P.S. It doesn’t fail when I run the test alone.
I just came across the window.stop() The stop() method is exactly equivalent to clicking the stop button in the browser. Because of the order in which scripts are loaded, the stop() method cannot stop the document in which it is contained from loading, but it will stop the loading of large images, new windows, and […]
Which is the best method to make the browser use cached versions of js files (from the serverside)? Answer Have a look at Yahoo! tips: https://developer.yahoo.com/performance/rules.html#expires. There are also tips by Google: https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/LeverageBrowserCaching