As amazing Drupal 8 is for developers, with the mobile first feature, extensive multilingual abilities, easy authoring, quick edits and more, it has some drawbacks too!
One of them is the cumbersome task of clearing the cache every time you make the slightest change.
There are different levels of caching; dynamic caching, twig template caching, page caching, etc.
While developing a site or a working on a theme, one has to clear the cache every time to view the changes implemented. This is extremely time-consuming.
To avoid clearing the cache on your local instance, every time you change something, we can disable cache rebuild, dynamic page cache, and CSS/JS aggregations.
Follow these steps to disable the above mentioned caching for development purpose:
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