Have you encountered that changes in your CSS, JS or images are not displayed in your application?
The webserver (or your browser – GRRR 😬) love to save and return the cached version of your static assets. In most cases because of HTTP Headers on the server (cache-control, max-age etc) and solely to help your users with a fast response.
But.. To avoid this, you can add a cache buster parameter to your static assets.
With the PHP Framework Flow it can be added by installation the package Flowpack CacheBuster package with composer
composer require flowpack/cachebuster
This will take your URI for you assets from this
Notice the added
?bust=[string] – that make the URI somewhat unique depending on the content of the file.