An Open library for android to check for Internet connection.
If you do a lot of Internet Request in your Android application, and you need check for Internet connection every single time, You probably gonna need this library. This is a very simple library which checks for Internet connection and if the user was connected to Internet, It will do the network task. Else it will show an AlertDialog.
For using this library, you need to add this as module. To do so, first download it, then go to your project in android studio and select File >New >Import Module... How to Use?
Right now there is only one class in this library, ConnectivityChecker. The class ConnectivityChecker has two constructor. The first one takes 2 arguments, and the second one takes 5 arguments. The first constructor builds AlertDialog with default texts for message, retry button, and setting button. But the second constructor has three more arguments and takes these texts from you. Initializaion
The class ConnectivityChecker has a main method which you are going to use when sending internet requests, doIfConnected(Doable task). This method takes one Doable object and check for Internet Connection. If user was connected, it performs the method doTask(). Else it will show the AlertDialog. Checking for connection
isDialogCancelable(Boolean cancelable) : Alert Dialog is cancelable by default. If you want to change this behaviour, you can use this method. Other Methods
setDialogAlertMessage(String message) : You can change alertDialog message by using this method.
setCustomDialog(AlertDialog customDialog) : If you want to use a different AlertDialog, You can use this method.