is-it-connected

1.8.0 • Public • Published

is-it-connected

Watch your internet connection

Install

npm i is-it-connected

Test

node ./node_modules/is-it-connected/example.js

Usage

const Watcher = require('is-it-connected');
const watcher = new Watcher();
watcher.on('online', () => {
  console.log('Connected.');
});
watcher.on('offline', () => {
  console.log('Connection lost !');
});
watcher.watch();

API

  • Members

    • connected (read-only) - Boolean or null. Return your current connected status. True = connected. False = disconnected. null = undetermined because not watching.
    • timeout - Int. After this amount of ms of no response from urlTest the connection status will turn to false.
    • urlTest - String. The URL to join for testing connection.
    • waitingTime - Int. The amount of ms it will wait between retrying to join the urlTest.
  • Methods

    • constructor(urlTest = 'https://www.google.com', timeout = 5000, waitingTime = 5000)
      • urlTest - String. The URL to join for testing connection. Default 'https://www.google.com'.
      • timeout - Int. After this amount of ms of no response from urlTest the connection status will turn to false. Default 5000.
      • waitingTime - Int. The amount of ms it will wait between retrying to join the urlTest. Default 5000.
    • watch() - Starts the connection monitoring and begin emitting events on status change
    • stopWatching() - Stops the connection monitoring and does not emit anymore events
  • Events

    • online - Emitted when the connection status goes to true.
    • offline - Emitted when the connection status goes to false.

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