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Is there any tool or guide for using a RAM disk/drive for writing during the compile-and-build process in IntelliJ 2017.1 with Vaadin 8?
In Swift/Objective-C work in Xcode, a common trick is to use macOS command line tools to create a RAM disk and then direct Xcode to write `DerivedData` folder there. This dramatically increases the compile, build, and run cycle. Another benefit is less wear-and-tear on the flash-based storage of your MacBook. I would like to do the same for Vaadin work