Development Server Is Not Updating Changes To Markup / Code?

Sep 1, 2010

I've been working on the ASP.NET Development Server recently (on an MVC project and I'm finding that it is inconsistent in how it serves the changes I make to my code. For example, I make a change to the C#/HTML/CSS/JS in the dev environment and run the page, and the change appears on the screen. But if I edit the HTML again and run the page again, the new change doesn't appear. Even ctrl+F5 doesn't do it. I have to stop the web server and run the app again for the changes to update. Has anyone else experienced this? Is there a way to sort this problem out?

If I'm working in IIS and I change something, a ctrl+F5 will always update the page with the changes I've made. I'd like the dev server to be as reliable.

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