Tasks and the Back Stack (Android Development Patterns)

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If every Activity in your app is part of a task, it makes sense to know what a task is (a stack of activities) and how the default behavior of the back button affects your Activity and Fragments you’ve added with FragmentTransaction’s addToBackStack() method.

Ian Lake also explains why SINGLE_TOP is a useful launchMode for your Activity and how to work with notifications that deep link into your app by using TaskStackBuilder: http://goo.gl/rWFOwT

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This Android Tutorial video talks about the Android FragmentManager and the backstack to which FragmentTransactions can be added as FragmentManager.BackStackEntry objects. It talks about the default behavior of how Fragments are destroyed if not added to the BackStack. This video discusses about addToBackStack(), popBackStack() and onBackStackChanged(), getBackStackEntryCount() and getBackStackEntryAt(int index) methods.

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Published: 2013-10-13 05:47:59
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Activities, Tasks & Stacks – Part 1, An Introduction

Activities are the presentation layer of an Android application. An Android app can contain more than one Activity. These activities are arranged in a stacked order in LIFO order. In this introductory video, we go through some of the basic nuances of how activities are arranged in a stack called Task. This is just an introduction to the concept of launch modes of Activity

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Published: 2016-12-30 12:19:19
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What the Fragment? – Google I/O 2016

Android Fragments are polarizing and sometimes confusing. When should you use a fragment? How? Why? In this session we’ll cover effective use of fragments along with new features. We’ll also go over improvements that enable new use cases and improve existing ones.

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Published: 2016-05-19 02:47:15
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App Launch time 101 (Android Performance Patterns Season 6 Ep. 1)

Every quarter second a user spends staring at a blank screen, instead of interfacing with your app, is a quarter second more they are willing to close your app, and give their attention to something else. As such, you want to make sure that your app launches as fast as possible.

In this video Colt McAnlis talks about the perception issues around launch time performance, introduces some common problems, and talks about tools that can help you track them down.

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Channel: Android Developers
Published: 2016-08-11 23:40:37
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