Hi! In case you run concrete5 8.4.4 or higher, there's little value in using this add-on. In recent versions of concrete5, a cache buster is built-in!
- Setting to enable/disable in the dashboard area.
- A button to regenerate the timestamp, and thus forcing browsers to reload the files.
- Automatically regenates the timestamp when the concrete5 cache is flushed.
- CLI command to 'bust the cache' (c5:cache-buster)
When do I need this?
If you're a developer you might want to incorporate this into your deployment process. An easy way to do this is by triggering the 'on_cache_bust' event. The easiest way to do that is as follows: \Concrete\Core\Support\Facade\Events::fire('on_cache_bust');
You'd also call a CLI command via './concrete/bin/concrete5 c5:cache-buster'
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