[SOLVED] Doubt about offline testing environment

#1

Hi,

I am integrating in my React Native app the feature of adding in a queue the requests to the server that are made when there is no Internet connection.

I detect correctly when there is connection and when not, using the NetInfo component. I save the result in the store with a Redux Persist action/reducer. And, depending on the result, I show, or not, the offline notification. All right.

But when I unplug the Wi-Fi, with or without mobile data, actions I dispatch are not executed. Is it normal in development mode since it must be in the same network?; or, ¿once the app is launched, should the disconnections of the network not affect its operation?

Open my mind, please. I’m trapped.

Regards bro,

#2

Debug your app in offline mode with Expo CLI (Android):

  1. Run apps on a hardware device https://developer.android.com/studio/run/device
  2. Configure on-device developer options https://developer.android.com/studio/debug/dev-options?hl=en-419
  3. Run Expo CLI
  4. Select Local connection
  5. Run on Android device/emulator
  6. Turn off WiFi & mobile data
  7. Voilà…!
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