Yes, because when you deploy new container and you still have old container, app.new.js is not exist on old container. That’s why I tried to keep both version (old and new) during task deployment process. Then after deployment done and all the old container has been removed from service, you can simply remove app.old.js. Also make sure you use S3 to store the static file.

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