UseOnlineStatus — A React hook to know when your app is offline. We needed to be able to visually indicate if the application was online or offline. I was recently working on a client’s Progressive Web App (PWA) project and stumbled upon an interesting problem.
I was recently working on a client’s Progressive Web App (PWA) project and stumbled upon an interesting problem. I needed a reusable way to know if the app was online or offline. The ticket had the following requirements:
If you are up for a challenge feel free to try and do this yourself before reading the rest of this article.
Since we needed to use this status in multiple parts of the application I decided that a hook would be a great way to solve this problem while being reusable. If you aren’t familiar with hooks in react, the official docs are a great place to start ( https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-intro.html). This custom hook can serve multiple purposes, as a status indicator for the user, to know if you should make an API call or when to cache information in the application.
We can solve the first problem easily by using the
navigator.onLine property, available on
window in most browsers ( navigator.Online Docs). It’s broadly available in nearly every browser. We’ll start with a simple hook that looks like this.
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