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    Default Answered: Timing of the application onUpdated and launch functions

    When does the onUpdated() function get called? Is it always prior to or after the launch() function, or does it happen asynchronously?

    The reason I ask is because I have a time consuming process that I would like to kick off when the application has finished loading (but not run it if the application has been updated and the user agrees to reload the page). Any suggestions on how to best handle this scenario?

  2. There is no order really. 99.9% of the time it should execute after launch but they are separate of each other. onUpdated is async based on the check of new delta updates.

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    There is no order really. 99.9% of the time it should execute after launch but they are separate of each other. onUpdated is async based on the check of new delta updates.
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