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My static resource

My static resource

Trying to load this script using loadscript. Below is my code...

    import { api,track,LightningElement } from 'lwc';
        import {
            loadScript
        } from 'lightning/platformResourceLoader';
        import instascan from '@salesforce/resourceUrl/instascan';


    export default class QRCodeScanner extends LightningElement {
        @track instascanInitialized = false;

        renderedCallback() {
                if(this.instascanInitialized){
                    return;
                }
                this.instascanInitialized = true;
                loadScript(this, instascan)
                    .then(() => { 
                        console.log('hii then'+then);
                    })
                    .catch(error => {
                        console.log('hii error' +error);
                    });
            }
  }

Always getting the same thing in the console

Chrome Console tab

According to the console the catch block is getting executed. But in the network tab I see the static resource is been initialized properly!

Chrome Network tab

Please let me know why am I getting this error even if the static resource is been loaded and how do I resolve this?

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Its not the problem with your implementation.

Instascan is not compliant with Locker service. A quick read from this article - Is there any way to validate a third party JavaScript library against Lightning LockerService?, and checking instascan library, below will be observations:

  • It has new function
  • It has eval() usage
  • It does not have global use strict

Comparatively JQuery is locker service compliant and will have no problem loading in LWC.

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    can you suggest a library which is compliant with the locker service and can be used for QR code scanning? – Sudarshana Dey Oct 21 at 11:07
  • check quaggajs! i am trying to build the scanner component in salesforce through it. – Anshul Agrawal Oct 22 at 11:10

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