The general idea is:
* launch your app the same you'd normally do (for production), except you don't need to compile your GWT client code, and you have to serve static assets from a directory (i.e. not a packaged WAR but an "exploded" one, or if you're of an "self-contained executable jar" kind, not from the jar itself, yet possibly from the classpath anyway)
* launch SDM with launcherDir pointing to the directory served by the previous server, where it will create the (missing) *.nocache.js. It'll also copy resources from the "public path", but that's basically it.
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