NavDestination

public class NavDestination


NavDestination represents one node within an overall navigation graph.

Each destination is associated with a Navigator which knows how to navigate to this particular destination.

Destinations declare a set of actions that they support. These actions form a navigation API for the destination; the same actions declared on different destinations that fill similar roles allow application code to navigate based on semantic intent.

Each destination has a set of arguments that will be applied when navigating to that destination. Any default values for those arguments can be overridden at the time of navigation.

NavDestinations should be created via Navigator.createDestination.

Summary

Nested types

NavDestination.ClassType

This optional annotation allows tooling to offer auto-complete for the android:name attribute.

NavDestination.Companion

Public fields

final @NonNull Map<@NonNull String, @NonNull NavArgument>

The arguments supported by this destination.

final int

The destination's unique ID.

final @Nullable CharSequence

The descriptive label of this destination.

final @NonNull String

The name associated with this destination's Navigator.

final @Nullable NavGraph

Gets the NavGraph that contains this destination.

final @Nullable String

The destination's unique route.

Public constructors

NavDestinations should be created via Navigator.createDestination.

NavDestination(@NonNull String navigatorName)

Public methods

final void
addArgument(@NonNull String argumentName, @NonNull NavArgument argument)

Sets an argument type for an argument name

final void
addDeepLink(@NonNull String uriPattern)

Add a deep link to this destination.

final void

Add a deep link to this destination.

boolean
final @Nullable NavAction
getAction(@IdRes int id)

Returns the NavAction for the given action ID.

boolean
hasDeepLink(@NonNull Uri deepLink)

Checks the given deep link Uri, and determines whether it matches a Uri pattern added to the destination by a call to addDeepLink .

boolean

Checks the given NavDeepLinkRequest, and determines whether it matches a NavDeepLink added to the destination by a call to addDeepLink.

int
@CallSuper void

Called when inflating a destination from a resource.

final void
putAction(@IdRes int actionId, @IdRes int destId)

Creates a NavAction for the given destId and associates it with the actionId.

final void
putAction(@IdRes int actionId, @NonNull NavAction action)

Sets the NavAction destination for an action ID.

final void
removeAction(@IdRes int actionId)

Unsets the NavAction for an action ID.

final void
removeArgument(@NonNull String argumentName)

Unsets the argument type for an argument name.

@NonNull String

Public fields

arguments

@NonNull
public final @NonNull Map<@NonNull String, @NonNull NavArgumentarguments

The arguments supported by this destination. Returns a read-only map of argument names to NavArgument objects that can be used to check the type, default value and nullability of the argument.

To add and remove arguments for this NavDestination use addArgument and removeArgument.

Returns
@NonNull Map<@NonNull String, @NonNull NavArgument>

Read-only map of argument names to arguments.

id

@NonNull
public final int id

The destination's unique ID. This should be an ID resource generated by the Android resource system.

label

@Nullable
public final @Nullable CharSequence label

The descriptive label of this destination.

@NonNull
public final @NonNull String navigatorName

The name associated with this destination's Navigator.

parent

@Nullable
public final @Nullable NavGraph parent

Gets the NavGraph that contains this destination. This will be set when a destination is added to a NavGraph via NavGraph.addDestination.

route

@Nullable
public final @Nullable String route

The destination's unique route. Setting this will also update the id of the destinations so custom destination ids should only be set after setting the route.

Returns
@Nullable String

this destination's route, or null if no route is set

Throws
kotlin.IllegalArgumentException

is the given route is empty

Public constructors

public final NavDestination(@NonNull Navigator<@NonNull NavDestination> navigator)

NavDestinations should be created via Navigator.createDestination.

This constructor requires that the given Navigator has a Navigator.Name annotation.

public final NavDestination(@NonNull String navigatorName)

Public methods

addArgument

@NonNull
public final void addArgument(@NonNull String argumentName, @NonNull NavArgument argument)

Sets an argument type for an argument name

Parameters
@NonNull String argumentName

argument object to associate with destination

@NonNull NavArgument argument

argument object to associate with destination

addDeepLink

@NonNull
public final void addDeepLink(@NonNull String uriPattern)

Add a deep link to this destination. Matching Uris sent to NavController.handleDeepLink or NavController.navigate will trigger navigating to this destination.

In addition to a direct Uri match, the following features are supported:

Uris without a scheme are assumed as http and https. For example, www.example.com will match http://www.example.com and https://www.example.com. Placeholders in the form of {placeholder_name} matches 1 or more characters. The String value of the placeholder will be available in the arguments Bundle with a key of the same name. For example, http://www.example.com/users/{id} will match http://www.example.com/users/4. The .* wildcard can be used to match 0 or more characters.

These Uris can be declared in your navigation XML files by adding one or more <deepLink app:uri="uriPattern" /> elements as a child to your destination.

Deep links added in navigation XML files will automatically replace instances of ${applicationId} with the applicationId of your app. Programmatically added deep links should use Context.getPackageName directly when constructing the uriPattern.

Parameters
@NonNull String uriPattern

The uri pattern to add as a deep link

addDeepLink

@NonNull
public final void addDeepLink(@