Sunday 21 January 2024

How do you disable hot reloading explicitly?120

 How do you disable hot reloading explicitly?

Disabling hot reloading explicitly depends on your development setup. Here are common approaches:

1. Vue CLI:

  • Using vue serve:

  • Pass the --no-hot flag:
    vue serve --no-hot

  • Using vue-cli-service serve:

  • Set the hot option to false in vue.config.js:
    module.exports = {
      devServer: {
        hot: false,

2. Webpack Dev Server:

  • Disable the HotModuleReplacementPlugin:

  • Remove the plugin configuration from your Webpack configuration:
    plugins: [
      // Remove the HotModuleReplacementPlugin from this array

3. Other Development Servers:

  • Consult Documentation: Refer to the documentation of your specific development server for instructions on disabling hot reloading or HMR.

4. Environment Variables:

  • NODE_ENV: Setting NODE_ENV to production often disables hot reloading in many setups.

Additional Considerations:

  • Build Tool Configuration: If you're using a build tool like Grunt or Gulp, adjust its configuration to disable hot reloading plugins or tasks.

  • Custom Setups: For custom development setups, identify the specific mechanism responsible for hot reloading and disable it accordingly.

Remember: Disabling hot reloading means you'll need to manually refresh the browser to see changes.

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