How to configure a website using Flutter Web to not cache data?
It's a decision for your team, but you wouldn't be fine working with
versioned URLS? That is the easiest trick I know for cache invalidation.
index.html file you can pass a unique VERSION_CODE to your
And then everytime before doing a
flutter build web you need to update the VERSION_CODE of your index.html file, thus invalidating the client side when they request your bundle. You can automate this, but there's no way to pass environment variables to
flutter build web step.
Filipe Piletti Plucenio 11 months
I am creating a website using Flutter Web. The website is in production and we release one version a week. Some users have trouble getting the new version of the web application. I would like to set my website to not cache data.
I added these tags, but to no succes:
<meta http-equiv="Cache-Control" content="no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate"> <meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache"> <meta http-equiv="Expires" content="0">
Deadron almost 3 yearsAre you using a CDN or edge provider? Generally you should favor setting the HTTP response header for Caching instead of the meta tags.
Filipe Piletti Plucenio almost 3 yearsI have tried this solution but I was not successful. It is necessary to update the browser a few times for it to work correctly.