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FragmentManager.FragmentLifecycleCallbacks

public static abstract class FragmentManager.FragmentLifecycleCallbacks
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.v4.app.FragmentManager.FragmentLifecycleCallbacks


Callback interface for listening to fragment state changes that happen within a given FragmentManager.

Summary

Public constructors

FragmentManager.FragmentLifecycleCallbacks()

Public methods

void onFragmentActivityCreated(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f, Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onActivityCreated(Bundle).

void onFragmentAttached(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f, Context context)

Called after the fragment has been attached to its host.

void onFragmentCreated(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f, Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onCreate(Bundle).

void onFragmentDestroyed(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onDestroy().

void onFragmentDetached(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onDetach().

void onFragmentPaused(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onPause().

void onFragmentPreAttached(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f, Context context)

Called right before the fragment's onAttach(Context) method is called.

void onFragmentResumed(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onResume().

void onFragmentSaveInstanceState(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f, Bundle outState)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onSaveInstanceState(Bundle).

void onFragmentStarted(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onStart().

void onFragmentStopped(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onStop().

void onFragmentViewCreated(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f, View v, Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called after the fragment has returned a non-null view from the FragmentManager's request to onCreateView(LayoutInflater, ViewGroup, Bundle).

void onFragmentViewDestroyed(FragmentManager fm, Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onDestroyView().

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

FragmentManager.FragmentLifecycleCallbacks

added in version 25.1.0
FragmentManager.FragmentLifecycleCallbacks ()

Public methods

onFragmentActivityCreated

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentActivityCreated (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f, 
                Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onActivityCreated(Bundle). This will only happen once for any given fragment instance, though the fragment may be attached and detached multiple times.

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state
savedInstanceState Bundle: Saved instance bundle from a previous instance

onFragmentAttached

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentAttached (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f, 
                Context context)

Called after the fragment has been attached to its host. Its host will have had onAttachFragment called before this call happens.

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state
context Context: Context that the Fragment was attached to

onFragmentCreated

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentCreated (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f, 
                Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onCreate(Bundle). This will only happen once for any given fragment instance, though the fragment may be attached and detached multiple times.

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state
savedInstanceState Bundle: Saved instance bundle from a previous instance

onFragmentDestroyed

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentDestroyed (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onDestroy().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state

onFragmentDetached

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentDetached (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onDetach().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state

onFragmentPaused

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentPaused (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onPause().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state

onFragmentPreAttached

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentPreAttached (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f, 
                Context context)

Called right before the fragment's onAttach(Context) method is called. This is a good time to inject any required dependencies for the fragment before any of the fragment's lifecycle methods are invoked.

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state
context Context: Context that the Fragment is being attached to

onFragmentResumed

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentResumed (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onResume().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state

onFragmentSaveInstanceState

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentSaveInstanceState (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f, 
                Bundle outState)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onSaveInstanceState(Bundle).

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state
outState Bundle: Saved state bundle for the fragment

onFragmentStarted

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentStarted (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onStart().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state

onFragmentStopped

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentStopped (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onStop().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state

onFragmentViewCreated

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentViewCreated (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f, 
                View v, 
                Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called after the fragment has returned a non-null view from the FragmentManager's request to onCreateView(LayoutInflater, ViewGroup, Bundle).

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment that created and owns the view
v View: View returned by the fragment
savedInstanceState Bundle: Saved instance bundle from a previous instance

onFragmentViewDestroyed

added in version 25.1.0
void onFragmentViewDestroyed (FragmentManager fm, 
                Fragment f)

Called after the fragment has returned from the FragmentManager's call to onDestroyView().

Parameters
fm FragmentManager: Host FragmentManager
f Fragment: Fragment changing state
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