Why Check The User’s Internet Connection?
There are many reasons why you’d want to check your user’s internet connection status in Corona SDK. The most obvious reason would be if you were going to perform an action such as loading a web page or an advertisement. It would have a negative impact on the user to display a blank webpage in your app because the user had no internet connectivity, wouldn’t you agree? It’s much more professional to check for a connection first, then either alert the user that internet connectivity is required or simply enable offline mode in your app.
So today we’re going to fix that! I’ve written a simple function in the form of an external library that you can add to your project to quickly check your user’s internet connection!
Download the Library
- Unzip the file and place the
testconnection.luafile in your project’s directory.
- Include the library in your project by placing
connection = require("testconnection")in the file you wish you test the connection in.
- Simply use
if (connection.test()) thento test for internet connection!
I hope this can help you speed up your development in Corona SDK! I know it’s a simple function, but it’s very useful if your project requires internet connectivity! Leave me a comment below if you have any problems or need help using it in your project.
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