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I did an alert("test"); saved, checked and then saw it worked! However, when I went to add other things the code, only the test alert is showing up. I've also cleared my cache and history but no luck.
My guess is you are running into caching. The new Portal caching mechanism doesn't automatically invalidate the cache when changes are made to certain entities (like Entity Form) via the Model-Driven App.
This is actually the topic of my blog post this week. For more details, and for how to clear the cache:
Hope that helps.
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