Hi Formspider Team,

When deploying Formspider multilingual applications it is best practice to deploy the multilingual key files as well in the /<app>/i18n/ folder. When loading a FS app, these files are cached by the browser. The issue is that when adding features, or changing translations, the client needs to clear the local browser cache in order to get the new i18n files..

I can force relading changes to css or js files when they are loaded from main.jsp by changing the version, but how can i force reloading the i18n .js files?

Thanks, Michiel A.

asked 31 Oct '13, 07:07

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Any ideas? This is quite important for us as our app will run on the internet. If this is not solved, we cannot deploy with i18n language files, and that would mean a drawback in performance...

(06 Nov '13, 05:11) Michiel A

Hi Michiel, I'll get back to you on this.

(06 Nov '13, 05:13) Yalim Gerger ♦♦

Hi Yalim,

As we are now gone live with our application, we must have a way to force reload (or prevent cashing) of the i18n files on our clients browser.. We will run into display issues is we are not able to do that. Not using the i18n client files for me is not (yet) an option since it has a considerable perfomance impact.

Is there a solution to this?

Thanks,
Michiel

(06 Mar '14, 07:41) Michiel A

Brilliant, thanks!

(06 Mar '14, 11:46) Michiel A

Hi Michiel,

We are about to release version 1.7 which includes a fix for this issue. Any day now.. :-)

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answered 06 Mar '14, 11:14

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