In the case of code-splitting, it sometimes doesn't make RPC calls when the user navigates around. Rather, it tries to load the .cache.js files required for the "page" the user is navigating to. In the case where a new version is deployed and the user hasn't refreshed, these files of course won't exist. How do you handle this gracefully?
We're using AppEngine so new versions don't have the old .cache.js files by default.--
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