14. Android Activity State Changes by Example

The previous chapters have discussed in some detail the different states and lifecycles of the activities that comprise an Android application. In this chapter, we will put the theory of handling activity state changes into practice through the creation of an example application. The purpose of this example application is to provide a real world demonstration of an activity as it passes through a variety of different states within the Android runtime. In the next chapter, entitled “Saving and Restoring the State of an Android Activity”, the example project constructed in this chapter will be extended to demonstrate the saving and restoration of dynamic activity state.

14.1 Creating the State Change ...

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