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Why can an intermittently available mobile network result in a poor experience?

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Why can an intermittently available mobile network result in a poor experience?
  • Enabling WiFi reduces battery life
  • It uses more data
  • Some assets might not be loaded
  • It is less secure than WiFi

Correct answer is:

  • Some assets might not be loaded

Explanation: Your browser behaves as if it has connectivity when, for whatever reason, it doesn’t.

Misinterpreted connectivity can result in a poor experience as the browser (or JavaScript) persists in trying to retrieve resources rather than giving up and choosing a sensible fallback. Lie-fi can actually be worse than offline; at least if a device is definitely offline, your JavaScript can take appropriate evasive action.

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