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Asked On2019-05-18 10:11:56 by:ShwetaMerchant

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Android Activity Lifecycle is controlled by 7 methods of android.app.Activity class. The android Activity is the subclass of ContextThemeWrapper class.

An activity is the single screen in android. It is like window or frame of Java.

By the help of activity, you can place all your UI components or widgets in a single screen.

The 7 lifecycle method of Activity describes how activity will behave at different states.

Android Activity Lifecycle methods

MethodDescription
onCreatecalled when activity is first created.
onStartcalled when activity is becoming visible to the user.
onResumecalled when activity will start interacting with the user.
onPausecalled when activity is not visible to the user.
onStopcalled when activity is no longer visible to the user.
onRestartcalled after your activity is stopped, prior to start.
onDestroycalled before the activity is destroyed.

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Android Activity Lifecycle is controlled by 7 methods of android.app.Activity class. The android Activity is the subclass of ContextThemeWrapper class.

An activity is the single screen in android. It is like window or frame of Java.

By the help of activity, you can place all your UI components or widgets in a single screen.

The 7 lifecycle method of Activity describes how activity will behave at different states.

Android Activity Lifecycle methods

MethodDescription
onCreatecalled when activity is first created.
onStartcalled when activity is becoming visible to the user.
onResumecalled when activity will start interacting with the user.
onPausecalled when activity is not visible to the user.
onStopcalled when activity is no longer visible to the user.
onRestartcalled after your activity is stopped, prior to start.
onDestroycalled before the activity is destroyed.

android activity lifecycle


Answerd on:2019-08-29 Answerd By:Annaliya

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Android Activity Lifecycle is controlled by 7 methods of android.app.Activity class. The android Activity is the subclass of ContextThemeWrapper class.

An activity is the single screen in android. It is like window or frame of Java.

By the help of activity, you can place all your UI components or widgets in a single screen.

The 7 lifecycle method of Activity describes how activity will behave at different states.

Android Activity Lifecycle methods

Let's see the 7 lifecycle methods of android activity.

MethodDescription
onCreatecalled when activity is first created.
onStartcalled when activity is becoming visible to the user.
onResumecalled when activity will start interacting with the user.
onPausecalled when activity is not visible to the user.
onStopcalled when activity is no longer visible to the user.
onRestartcalled after your activity is stopped, prior to start.
onDestroycalled before the activity is destroyed.

Answerd on:2019-09-11 Answerd By:Tanisha-Garg

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