We recently started using HYPE in our organisation, and are very happy with it so far.
We have a new mobile app in development, that use react.js as the content renderer and here we've encountered a problem, when displaying HYPE content, or rather when we stop displaying it. Since it's a single page app, that navigates by replacing content in the same DOM, embedded HYPE scripts generate errors when the content it's connected to disappears. This is especially bad for infinitely looping animations.
The solution would seem to be to stop all HYPE content from the react app when navigating.
I have been searching the documentation, but can't find a way to stop all content globally. If you know the exact names used in the HYPE project you can stop individual timelines or jump to an empty scene, but we are a large, and expanding organisation and it's unsafe to assume everyone would adhere to a specific naming convention.
Have I missed something in the documentation? Is there already a global "stop everything" function? Or could someone suggest a solution?
Danish Broadcasting Corporation