ConfirmationOverlay

open class ConfirmationOverlay
kotlin.Any
   ↳ androidx.wear.widget.ConfirmationOverlay

Displays a full-screen confirmation animation with optional text and then hides it.

This is a lighter-weight version of androidx.wear.activity.ConfirmationActivity and should be preferred when constructed from an Activity.

Sample usage:

// Defaults to SUCCESS_ANIMATION
    new ConfirmationOverlay().showOn(myActivity);
 
    new ConfirmationOverlay()
       .setType(ConfirmationOverlay.OPEN_ON_PHONE_ANIMATION)
       .setDuration(3000)
       .setMessage("Opening...")
       .setFinishedAnimationListener(new ConfirmationOverlay.OnAnimationFinishedListener() {
           @Override
           public void onAnimationFinished() {
               // Finished animating and the content view has been removed from myActivity.
           }
       }).showOn(myActivity);
 
    // Default duration is <code><a docref="androidx.wear.widget.ConfirmationOverlay$DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS">#DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS</a></code>new ConfirmationOverlay()
       .setType(ConfirmationOverlay.FAILURE_ANIMATION)
       .setMessage("Failed")
       .setFinishedAnimationListener(new ConfirmationOverlay.OnAnimationFinishedListener() {
           @Override
           public void onAnimationFinished() {
               // Finished animating and the view has been removed from myView.getRootView().
           }
       }).showAbove(myView);
  

Summary

Nested classes

abstract

Interface for listeners to be notified when the ConfirmationOverlay animation has finished and its View has been removed.

Types of animations to display in the overlay.

Constants

static Int

Default animation duration in ms.

static Int

OverlayType indicating the failure overlay should be shown.

static Int

OverlayType indicating the "Open on Phone" animation overlay should be displayed.

static Int

OverlayType indicating the success animation overlay should be displayed.

Public constructors

Displays a full-screen confirmation animation with optional text and then hides it.

Public methods

open ConfirmationOverlay!
setDuration(millis: Int)

Sets the duration in milliseconds which controls how long the animation will be displayed.

open ConfirmationOverlay!

Sets the OnAnimationFinishedListener which will be invoked once the overlay is no longer visible.

open ConfirmationOverlay!
setMessage(message: String!)

Sets a message which will be displayed at the same time as the animation.

open ConfirmationOverlay!
setType(type: Int)

Sets the OverlayType which controls which animation is displayed.

open Unit
showAbove(view: View!)

Adds the overlay as a child of view.getRootView(), removing it when complete.

open Unit
showOn(activity: Activity!)

Adds the overlay as a content view to the activity, removing it when complete.

Constants

DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS

static val DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS: Int

Default animation duration in ms.

Value: 1000

FAILURE_ANIMATION

static val FAILURE_ANIMATION: Int

OverlayType indicating the failure overlay should be shown. The icon associated with this type, unlike the others, does not animate.

Value: 1

OPEN_ON_PHONE_ANIMATION

static val OPEN_ON_PHONE_ANIMATION: Int

OverlayType indicating the "Open on Phone" animation overlay should be displayed.

Value: 2

SUCCESS_ANIMATION

static val SUCCESS_ANIMATION: Int

OverlayType indicating the success animation overlay should be displayed.

Value: 0

Public constructors

<init>

ConfirmationOverlay()

Displays a full-screen confirmation animation with optional text and then hides it.

This is a lighter-weight version of androidx.wear.activity.ConfirmationActivity and should be preferred when constructed from an Activity.

Sample usage:

// Defaults to SUCCESS_ANIMATION
    new ConfirmationOverlay().showOn(myActivity);
 
    new ConfirmationOverlay()
       .setType(ConfirmationOverlay.OPEN_ON_PHONE_ANIMATION)
       .setDuration(3000)
       .setMessage("Opening...")
       .setFinishedAnimationListener(new ConfirmationOverlay.OnAnimationFinishedListener() {
           @Override
           public void onAnimationFinished() {
               // Finished animating and the content view has been removed from myActivity.
           }
       }).showOn(myActivity);
 
    // Default duration is <code><a docref="androidx.wear.widget.ConfirmationOverlay$DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS">#DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS</a></code>new ConfirmationOverlay()
       .setType(ConfirmationOverlay.FAILURE_ANIMATION)
       .setMessage("Failed")
       .setFinishedAnimationListener(new ConfirmationOverlay.OnAnimationFinishedListener() {
           @Override
           public void onAnimationFinished() {
               // Finished animating and the view has been removed from myView.getRootView().
           }
       }).showAbove(myView);
  

Public methods

setDuration

open fun setDuration(millis: Int): ConfirmationOverlay!

Sets the duration in milliseconds which controls how long the animation will be displayed. Default duration is DEFAULT_ANIMATION_DURATION_MS.

Return
ConfirmationOverlay!: this object for method chaining.

setFinishedAnimationListener

open fun setFinishedAnimationListener(@Nullable listener: ConfirmationOverlay.OnAnimationFinishedListener?): ConfirmationOverlay!

Sets the OnAnimationFinishedListener which will be invoked once the overlay is no longer visible.

Return
ConfirmationOverlay!: this object for method chaining.

setMessage

open fun setMessage(message: String!): ConfirmationOverlay!

Sets a message which will be displayed at the same time as the animation.

Return
ConfirmationOverlay!: this object for method chaining.

setType

open fun setType(type: Int): ConfirmationOverlay!

Sets the OverlayType which controls which animation is displayed.

Return
ConfirmationOverlay!: this object for method chaining.

showAbove

@MainThread open fun showAbove(view: View!): Unit

Adds the overlay as a child of view.getRootView(), removing it when complete. While it is shown, all touches will be intercepted to prevent accidental taps on obscured views.

showOn

@MainThread open fun showOn(activity: Activity!): Unit

Adds the overlay as a content view to the activity, removing it when complete. While it is shown, all touches will be intercepted to prevent accidental taps on obscured views.