Blog Demonstrates an Easier way to Disable Twig caching in 10.1
The blog "Disabling Twig Caching Made Simpler" introduces a new and easier method to disable Twig caching in Drupal. The author Mike Herchel has a 'problem' and 'solution' approach followed through in the article. The blog emphasizes on the significance of disabling Twig caching during development to ensure prompt reflection of template changes.
It explains how the "twig.config" service can now be utilized to disable Twig caching effortlessly. By using a custom module, developers can implement a simple YAML file that includes the necessary configuration to disable Twig caching. The blog provides a step-by-step guide, highlighting the key code snippets and the locations where the YAML file needs to be placed.
It points out, eliminates the need for manual configuration changes or reliance on external modules. Developers may now easily disable Twig caching, saving time and effort during the development process. The blog encourages Drupal developers to take advantage of this newly discovered ease of use and include it in their projects for easier template maintenance and debugging.
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