UiThread

class UiThread
androidx.annotation.UiThread

Denotes that the annotated method or constructor should only be called on the UI thread. If the annotated element is a class, then all methods in the class should be called on the UI thread.

Example:

 @UiThread public abstract void setText(@NonNull String text) { ... } 

Note: Ordinarily, an app's UI thread is also the main thread. However, However, under special circumstances, an app's UI thread might not be its main thread; for more information, see Thread annotations.

Summary

Public constructors

Denotes that the annotated method or constructor should only be called on the UI thread.

Public constructors

<init>

UiThread()

Denotes that the annotated method or constructor should only be called on the UI thread. If the annotated element is a class, then all methods in the class should be called on the UI thread.

Example:

 @UiThread public abstract void setText(@NonNull String text) { ... } 

Note: Ordinarily, an app's UI thread is also the main thread. However, However, under special circumstances, an app's UI thread might not be its main thread; for more information, see Thread annotations.