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Before I package the solution in Visual Studio, I update both the .feature title and description (with whatever changes I made, so at least I can tell changes are getting deployed in the text description) and then I update the Assembly Information of the solution (increment it by 1). Once published and deployed, I then, for good measure, reset the IIS and then finally activate the feature on the site.
This might not be the exact same process you are going through, but doing the above has been a sure fire way that changes to my deployment get reflected each time.
Sometimes browsers are stubborn and refreshing won’t work – you’ll need to remove the page copies your browser is saving.
The Visual Studio tools have always been crappy at generating code.
What do I need to do to see the changes on my webpart? Katex I'm also relatively new to Share Point development, but will try share some of my experience.