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@capacitor/network

The Network API provides network and connectivity information.

Install

npm install @capacitor/network
npx cap sync

Example

import { Network } from '@capacitor/network';

Network.addListener('networkStatusChange', status => {
  console.log('Network status changed', status);
});

const logCurrentNetworkStatus = async () => {
  const status = await Network.getStatus();

  console.log('Network status:', status);
};

API

getStatus()

getStatus() => Promise<ConnectionStatus>

Query the current status of the network connection.

Returns: Promise<ConnectionStatus>

Since: 1.0.0


addListener(‘networkStatusChange’, …)

addListener(eventName: 'networkStatusChange', listenerFunc: ConnectionStatusChangeListener) => PluginListenerHandle

Listen for changes in the network connection.

Param Type
eventName 'networkStatusChange'
listenerFunc ConnectionStatusChangeListener

Returns: PluginListenerHandle

Since: 1.0.0


removeAllListeners()

removeAllListeners() => void

Remove all listeners (including the network status changes) for this plugin.

Since: 1.0.0


Interfaces

ConnectionStatus

Represents the state and type of the network connection.

Prop Type Description Since
connected boolean Whether there is an active connection or not. 1.0.0
connectionType ConnectionType The type of network connection currently in use. If there is no active network connection, connectionType will be 'none'. 1.0.0

PluginListenerHandle

Prop Type
remove () => void

Type Aliases

ConnectionType

The type of network connection that a device might have.

'wifi' | 'cellular' | 'none' | 'unknown'

ConnectionStatusChangeListener

Callback to receive the status change notifications.

(status: ConnectionStatus): void

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