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ServiceWorkerClient

public class ServiceWorkerClient
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.webkit.ServiceWorkerClient


Base class for clients to capture Service Worker related callbacks, see ServiceWorkerController for usage example.

Summary

Public constructors

ServiceWorkerClient()

Public methods

WebResourceResponse shouldInterceptRequest(WebResourceRequest request)

Notify the host application of a resource request and allow the application to return the data.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

ServiceWorkerClient

added in API level 24
ServiceWorkerClient ()

Public methods

shouldInterceptRequest

added in API level 24
WebResourceResponse shouldInterceptRequest (WebResourceRequest request)

Notify the host application of a resource request and allow the application to return the data. If the return value is null, the Service Worker will continue to load the resource as usual. Otherwise, the return response and data will be used. NOTE: This method is called on a thread other than the UI thread so clients should exercise caution when accessing private data or the view system.

Parameters
request WebResourceRequest: Object containing the details of the request.

Returns
WebResourceResponse A WebResourceResponse containing the response information or null if the WebView should load the resource itself.

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