Android :: Activity Timeout On WebView Load

Aug 3, 2009

In my app I have to load external page into WebView-based activity. Some of my users with slower connections are reporting screen timeout while waiting for the page to load. What would be a good way of loading the page on backgorund thread and then refreshing the screen? Use HttpClient to fetch it and then use WebView#loadData? My fear is - the page I'm loading is pretty complicated there's some JS that happens on load - wouldn't I just mess it up? Is there an alternative way of doing what I need?

Android :: Activity timeout on WebView load


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CODE:....................

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CODE:.............

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CODE:.............

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[url]

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