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android.service.autofill

Classes

AutofillService An AutofillService is a service used to automatically fill the contents of the screen on behalf of a given user - for more information about autofill, read Autofill Framework
Dataset A dataset object represents a group of key/value pairs used to autofill parts of a screen. 
Dataset.Builder A builder for Dataset objects. 
FillCallback Handles autofill requests from the AutofillService into the Activity being autofilled. 
FillContext This class represents a context for each fill request made via onFillRequest(FillRequest, CancellationSignal, FillCallback)
FillEventHistory Describes what happened after the last onFillRequest(FillRequest, android.os.CancellationSignal, FillCallback) call. 
FillEventHistory.Event Description of an event that occured after the latest call to onSuccess(FillResponse)
FillRequest This class represents a request to an autofill service to interpret the screen and provide information to the system which views are interesting for saving and what are the possible ways to fill the inputs on the screen if applicable. 
FillResponse Response for a onFillRequest(FillRequest, android.os.CancellationSignal, FillCallback)
FillResponse.Builder Builder for FillResponse objects. 
SaveCallback Handles save requests from the AutofillService into the Activity being autofilled. 
SaveInfo Information used to indicate that an AutofillService is interested on saving the user-inputed data for future use, through a onSaveRequest(SaveRequest, SaveCallback) call. 
SaveInfo.Builder A builder for SaveInfo objects. 
SaveRequest This class represents a request to an autofill provider to save applicable data entered by the user. 
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