What is the life cycle of Android application?
Overview of Android Lifecycles
|Activity Lifecycle Methods|
|onCreate()||Called when activity first created||No|
|onRestart()||Called after activity stopped, prior to restarting||No|
|onStart()||Called when activity is becoming visible to user||No|
|onResume()||Called when activity starts interacting with user||No|
What do you mean by Android activities?
An activity provides the window in which the app draws its UI. This window typically fills the screen, but may be smaller than the screen and float on top of other windows. Generally, one activity implements one screen in an app.
What is an activity in Android activity performs the actions on the screen manage the application content screen UI none of the above?
Explanation. Splash is an activity. Generally it appears as initial screen of an application and works based on thread concept.
What is Android activity with example?
Android Activity Lifecycle methods
|onCreate||called when activity is first created.|
|onStart||called when activity is becoming visible to the user.|
|onResume||called when activity will start interacting with the user.|
|onPause||called when activity is not visible to the user.|
What is the difference between onCreate and onStart activity?
onCreate() is called when the when the activity is first created. onStart() is called when the activity is becoming visible to the user.
What is the life cycle of foreground activity in Android?
|onCreate()||The activity is starting (but not visible to the user)|
|onStart()||The activity is now visible (but not ready for user interaction)|
|onResume()||The activity is now in the foreground and ready for user interaction|
What is the difference between onStop and onDestroy?
Once onStop() is called then onRestart() can be called. onDestroy() is last in the order after onStop(). onDestory() is called just before an activity is destroyed and after that it is gone it is not possible to resurrect this.