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Thread: Index.html: Possible to add/load something in it while the app is running?

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    Default Unanswered: Index.html: Possible to add/load something in it while the app is running?

    Hello everyone,

    I have the following problem:
    I'm using Google Maps v3 in my app and so I have the following lines in my index.html:
    <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
    I implemented an Offline-Mode in my app that lets it also start when there is no WiFi/UMTS available.

    But the problem is, when I start my app in the offline-mode, the google maps part in the index.html is not loaded of course. But when I activity my WiFi then and render my google maps view, I cannot use the map because Google Maps wasnt loaded in the index.html. I have to restart the whole app (with WiFi-activated) to be able to use the map.

    So is there a way, to add/load code into the index.html? I would like to update the Google Maps Code in it, as soon as the Wifi/UMTS becomes activated again.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Sencha - Sr Software Engineer mitchellsimoens's Avatar
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    If online, you could add the <script> tag to the head element. On load of that <script> tag you can set a property on a namespace that says the google maps have been loaded. Then throughout your app you can check this property and if it is false or undefined then create the <script> element.

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