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WebMessagePort.WebMessageCallback

public static abstract class WebMessagePort.WebMessageCallback
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.webkit.WebMessagePort.WebMessageCallback


The listener for handling MessagePort events. The message callback methods are called on the main thread. If the embedder application wants to receive the messages on a different thread, it can do this by passing a Handler in setWebMessageCallback(WebMessageCallback, Handler). In the latter case, the application should be extra careful for thread safety since WebMessagePort methods should be called on main thread.

Summary

Public constructors

WebMessagePort.WebMessageCallback()

Public methods

void onMessage(WebMessagePort port, WebMessage message)

Message callback for receiving onMessage events.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

WebMessagePort.WebMessageCallback

added in API level 23
WebMessagePort.WebMessageCallback ()

Public methods

onMessage

added in API level 23
void onMessage (WebMessagePort port, 
                WebMessage message)

Message callback for receiving onMessage events.

Parameters
port WebMessagePort: the WebMessagePort that the message is destined for

message WebMessage: the message from the entangled port.

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