Can I have multiple service workers both intercept the same fetch request?
I'm writing a library which I will provide for 3rd parties to run a service worker on their site. It needs to intercept all network requests but I want to allow them to build their own service worker if they like. Can I have both service workers intercept the same fetches and provide some kind of priority/ordering between them? Alternatively is there some other pattern I should be using? Thanks
No, you can not. Only one service worker per scope is allowed to be registered so the latest kick the previous one out unless the scope is more specific, in this case, the request is attended by the most specific only. Nevertheless, you can attach multiple fetch handlers and they all will process the request so maybe you can write your functionality in a separated script and let the user's service worker to include your file via importScripts(). The first handler calling event.respondWith() synchronously (actually, you can not call this method asynchronously) wins and the remaining handlers trying to call will throw. Prioritization and coordination requires middleware. You can check ServiceWorkerWare or sw-toolbox.
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