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package android.webkit;
import android.annotation.IntDef;
import android.annotation.NonNull;
import android.annotation.Nullable;
import android.annotation.SystemApi;
import android.annotation.UnsupportedAppUsage;
import android.annotation.Widget;
import android.content.Context;
import android.content.Intent;
import android.content.pm.PackageInfo;
import android.content.res.Configuration;
import android.graphics.Bitmap;
import android.graphics.Canvas;
import android.graphics.Paint;
import android.graphics.Picture;
import android.graphics.Rect;
import android.graphics.drawable.Drawable;
import android.net.Uri;
import android.net.http.SslCertificate;
import android.os.Build;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.os.Handler;
import android.os.Looper;
import android.os.Message;
import android.os.RemoteException;
import android.os.StrictMode;
import android.print.PrintDocumentAdapter;
import android.security.KeyChain;
import android.util.AttributeSet;
import android.util.Log;
import android.util.SparseArray;
import android.view.DragEvent;
import android.view.KeyEvent;
import android.view.MotionEvent;
import android.view.View;
import android.view.ViewDebug;
import android.view.ViewGroup;
import android.view.ViewHierarchyEncoder;
import android.view.ViewStructure;
import android.view.ViewTreeObserver;
import android.view.accessibility.AccessibilityEvent;
import android.view.accessibility.AccessibilityNodeInfo;
import android.view.accessibility.AccessibilityNodeProvider;
import android.view.autofill.AutofillValue;
import android.view.inputmethod.EditorInfo;
import android.view.inputmethod.InputConnection;
import android.view.textclassifier.TextClassifier;
import android.widget.AbsoluteLayout;
import java.io.BufferedWriter;
import java.io.File;
import java.lang.annotation.Retention;
import java.lang.annotation.RetentionPolicy;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;
/**
* <p>A View that displays web pages. This class is the basis upon which you
* can roll your own web browser or simply display some online content within your Activity.
* It uses the WebKit rendering engine to display
* web pages and includes methods to navigate forward and backward
* through a history, zoom in and out, perform text searches and more.
*
* <p>Note that, in order for your Activity to access the Internet and load web pages
* in a WebView, you must add the {@code INTERNET} permissions to your
* Android Manifest file:
*
* <pre>
* {@code <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />}
* </pre>
*
* <p>This must be a child of the <a
* href="{@docRoot}guide/topics/manifest/manifest-element.html">{@code <manifest>}</a>
* element.
*
* <p>For more information, read
* <a href="{@docRoot}guide/webapps/webview.html">Building Web Apps in WebView</a>.
*
* <h3>Basic usage</h3>
*
* <p>By default, a WebView provides no browser-like widgets, does not
* enable JavaScript and web page errors are ignored. If your goal is only
* to display some HTML as a part of your UI, this is probably fine;
* the user won't need to interact with the web page beyond reading
* it, and the web page won't need to interact with the user. If you
* actually want a full-blown web browser, then you probably want to
* invoke the Browser application with a URL Intent rather than show it
* with a WebView. For example:
* <pre>
* Uri uri = Uri.parse("https://www.example.com");
* Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, uri);
* startActivity(intent);
* </pre>
* <p>See {@link android.content.Intent} for more information.
*
* <p>To provide a WebView in your own Activity, include a {@code <WebView>} in your layout,
* or set the entire Activity window as a WebView during {@link
* android.app.Activity#onCreate(Bundle) onCreate()}:
*
* <pre class="prettyprint">
* WebView webview = new WebView(this);
* setContentView(webview);
* </pre>
*
* <p>Then load the desired web page:
*
* <pre>
* // Simplest usage: note that an exception will NOT be thrown
* // if there is an error loading this page (see below).
* webview.loadUrl("https://example.com/");
*
* // OR, you can also load from an HTML string:
* String summary = "&lt;html>&lt;body>You scored &lt;b>192&lt;/b> points.&lt;/body>&lt;/html>";
* webview.loadData(summary, "text/html", null);
* // ... although note that there are restrictions on what this HTML can do.
* // See {@link #loadData(String,String,String)} and {@link
* #loadDataWithBaseURL(String,String,String,String,String)} for more info.
* // Also see {@link #loadData(String,String,String)} for information on encoding special
* // characters.
* </pre>
*
* <p>A WebView has several customization points where you can add your
* own behavior. These are:
*
* <ul>
* <li>Creating and setting a {@link android.webkit.WebChromeClient} subclass.
* This class is called when something that might impact a
* browser UI happens, for instance, progress updates and
* JavaScript alerts are sent here (see <a
* href="{@docRoot}guide/developing/debug-tasks.html#DebuggingWebPages">Debugging Tasks</a>).
* </li>
* <li>Creating and setting a {@link android.webkit.WebViewClient} subclass.
* It will be called when things happen that impact the
* rendering of the content, eg, errors or form submissions. You
* can also intercept URL loading here (via {@link
* android.webkit.WebViewClient#shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView,String)
* shouldOverrideUrlLoading()}).</li>
* <li>Modifying the {@link android.webkit.WebSettings}, such as
* enabling JavaScript with {@link android.webkit.WebSettings#setJavaScriptEnabled(boolean)
* setJavaScriptEnabled()}. </li>
* <li>Injecting Java objects into the WebView using the
* {@link android.webkit.WebView#addJavascriptInterface} method. This
* method allows you to inject Java objects into a page's JavaScript
* context, so that they can be accessed by JavaScript in the page.</li>
* </ul>
*
* <p>Here's a more complicated example, showing error handling,
* settings, and progress notification:
*
* <pre class="prettyprint">
* // Let's display the progress in the activity title bar, like the
* // browser app does.
* getWindow().requestFeature(Window.FEATURE_PROGRESS);
*
* webview.getSettings().setJavaScriptEnabled(true);
*
* final Activity activity = this;
* webview.setWebChromeClient(new WebChromeClient() {
* public void onProgressChanged(WebView view, int progress) {
* // Activities and WebViews measure progress with different scales.
* // The progress meter will automatically disappear when we reach 100%
* activity.setProgress(progress * 1000);
* }
* });
* webview.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {
* public void onReceivedError(WebView view, int errorCode, String description, String failingUrl) {
* Toast.makeText(activity, "Oh no! " + description, Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
* }
* });
*
* webview.loadUrl("https://developer.android.com/");
* </pre>
*
* <h3>Zoom</h3>
*
* <p>To enable the built-in zoom, set
* {@link #getSettings() WebSettings}.{@link WebSettings#setBuiltInZoomControls(boolean)}
* (introduced in API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#CUPCAKE}).
*
* <p class="note"><b>Note:</b> Using zoom if either the height or width is set to
* {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#WRAP_CONTENT} may lead to undefined behavior
* and should be avoided.
*
* <h3>Cookie and window management</h3>
*
* <p>For obvious security reasons, your application has its own
* cache, cookie store etc.&mdash;it does not share the Browser
* application's data.
*
* <p>By default, requests by the HTML to open new windows are
* ignored. This is {@code true} whether they be opened by JavaScript or by
* the target attribute on a link. You can customize your
* {@link WebChromeClient} to provide your own behavior for opening multiple windows,
* and render them in whatever manner you want.
*
* <p>The standard behavior for an Activity is to be destroyed and
* recreated when the device orientation or any other configuration changes. This will cause
* the WebView to reload the current page. If you don't want that, you
* can set your Activity to handle the {@code orientation} and {@code keyboardHidden}
* changes, and then just leave the WebView alone. It'll automatically
* re-orient itself as appropriate. Read <a
* href="{@docRoot}guide/topics/resources/runtime-changes.html">Handling Runtime Changes</a> for
* more information about how to handle configuration changes during runtime.
*
*
* <h3>Building web pages to support different screen densities</h3>
*
* <p>The screen density of a device is based on the screen resolution. A screen with low density
* has fewer available pixels per inch, where a screen with high density
* has more &mdash; sometimes significantly more &mdash; pixels per inch. The density of a
* screen is important because, other things being equal, a UI element (such as a button) whose
* height and width are defined in terms of screen pixels will appear larger on the lower density
* screen and smaller on the higher density screen.
* For simplicity, Android collapses all actual screen densities into three generalized densities:
* high, medium, and low.
* <p>By default, WebView scales a web page so that it is drawn at a size that matches the default
* appearance on a medium density screen. So, it applies 1.5x scaling on a high density screen
* (because its pixels are smaller) and 0.75x scaling on a low density screen (because its pixels
* are bigger).
* Starting with API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#ECLAIR}, WebView supports DOM, CSS,
* and meta tag features to help you (as a web developer) target screens with different screen
* densities.
* <p>Here's a summary of the features you can use to handle different screen densities:
* <ul>
* <li>The {@code window.devicePixelRatio} DOM property. The value of this property specifies the
* default scaling factor used for the current device. For example, if the value of {@code
* window.devicePixelRatio} is "1.0", then the device is considered a medium density (mdpi) device
* and default scaling is not applied to the web page; if the value is "1.5", then the device is
* considered a high density device (hdpi) and the page content is scaled 1.5x; if the
* value is "0.75", then the device is considered a low density device (ldpi) and the content is
* scaled 0.75x.</li>
* <li>The {@code -webkit-device-pixel-ratio} CSS media query. Use this to specify the screen
* densities for which this style sheet is to be used. The corresponding value should be either
* "0.75", "1", or "1.5", to indicate that the styles are for devices with low density, medium
* density, or high density screens, respectively. For example:
* <pre>
* &lt;link rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (-webkit-device-pixel-ratio:1.5)" href="hdpi.css" /&gt;</pre>
* <p>The {@code hdpi.css} stylesheet is only used for devices with a screen pixel ratio of 1.5,
* which is the high density pixel ratio.
* </li>
* </ul>
*
* <h3>HTML5 Video support</h3>
*
* <p>In order to support inline HTML5 video in your application you need to have hardware
* acceleration turned on.
*
* <h3>Full screen support</h3>
*
* <p>In order to support full screen &mdash; for video or other HTML content &mdash; you need to set a
* {@link android.webkit.WebChromeClient} and implement both
* {@link WebChromeClient#onShowCustomView(View, WebChromeClient.CustomViewCallback)}
* and {@link WebChromeClient#onHideCustomView()}. If the implementation of either of these two methods is
* missing then the web contents will not be allowed to enter full screen. Optionally you can implement
* {@link WebChromeClient#getVideoLoadingProgressView()} to customize the View displayed whilst a video
* is loading.
*
* <h3>HTML5 Geolocation API support</h3>
*
* <p>For applications targeting Android N and later releases
* (API level > {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#M}) the geolocation api is only supported on
* secure origins such as https. For such applications requests to geolocation api on non-secure
* origins are automatically denied without invoking the corresponding
* {@link WebChromeClient#onGeolocationPermissionsShowPrompt(String, GeolocationPermissions.Callback)}
* method.
*
* <h3>Layout size</h3>
* <p>
* It is recommended to set the WebView layout height to a fixed value or to
* {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#MATCH_PARENT} instead of using
* {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#WRAP_CONTENT}.
* When using {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#MATCH_PARENT}
* for the height none of the WebView's parents should use a
* {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#WRAP_CONTENT} layout height since that could result in
* incorrect sizing of the views.
*
* <p>Setting the WebView's height to {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#WRAP_CONTENT}
* enables the following behaviors:
* <ul>
* <li>The HTML body layout height is set to a fixed value. This means that elements with a height
* relative to the HTML body may not be sized correctly. </li>
* <li>For applications targeting {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#KITKAT} and earlier SDKs the
* HTML viewport meta tag will be ignored in order to preserve backwards compatibility. </li>
* </ul>
*
* <p>
* Using a layout width of {@link android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams#WRAP_CONTENT} is not
* supported. If such a width is used the WebView will attempt to use the width of the parent
* instead.
*
* <h3>Metrics</h3>
*
* <p>
* WebView may upload anonymous diagnostic data to Google when the user has consented. This data
* helps Google improve WebView. Data is collected on a per-app basis for each app which has
* instantiated a WebView. An individual app can opt out of this feature by putting the following
* tag in its manifest's {@code <application>} element:
* <pre>
* &lt;manifest&gt;
* &lt;application&gt;
* ...
* &lt;meta-data android:name=&quot;android.webkit.WebView.MetricsOptOut&quot;
* android:value=&quot;true&quot; /&gt;
* &lt;/application&gt;
* &lt;/manifest&gt;
* </pre>
* <p>
* Data will only be uploaded for a given app if the user has consented AND the app has not opted
* out.
*
* <h3>Safe Browsing</h3>
*
* <p>
* With Safe Browsing, WebView will block malicious URLs and present a warning UI to the user to
* allow them to navigate back safely or proceed to the malicious page.
* <p>
* Safe Browsing is enabled by default on devices which support it. If your app needs to disable
* Safe Browsing for all WebViews, it can do so in the manifest's {@code <application>} element:
* <p>
* <pre>
* &lt;manifest&gt;
* &lt;application&gt;
* ...
* &lt;meta-data android:name=&quot;android.webkit.WebView.EnableSafeBrowsing&quot;
* android:value=&quot;false&quot; /&gt;
* &lt;/application&gt;
* &lt;/manifest&gt;
* </pre>
*
* <p>
* Otherwise, see {@link WebSettings#setSafeBrowsingEnabled}.
*
*/
// Implementation notes.
// The WebView is a thin API class that delegates its public API to a backend WebViewProvider
// class instance. WebView extends {@link AbsoluteLayout} for backward compatibility reasons.
// Methods are delegated to the provider implementation: all public API methods introduced in this
// file are fully delegated, whereas public and protected methods from the View base classes are
// only delegated where a specific need exists for them to do so.
@Widget
public class WebView extends AbsoluteLayout
implements ViewTreeObserver.OnGlobalFocusChangeListener,
ViewGroup.OnHierarchyChangeListener, ViewDebug.HierarchyHandler {
private static final String LOGTAG = "WebView";
// Throwing an exception for incorrect thread usage if the
// build target is JB MR2 or newer. Defaults to false, and is
// set in the WebView constructor.
@UnsupportedAppUsage
private static volatile boolean sEnforceThreadChecking = false;
/**
* Transportation object for returning WebView across thread boundaries.
*/
public class WebViewTransport {
private WebView mWebview;
/**
* Sets the WebView to the transportation object.
*
* @param webview the WebView to transport
*/
public synchronized void setWebView(WebView webview) {
mWebview = webview;
}
/**
* Gets the WebView object.
*
* @return the transported WebView object
*/
public synchronized WebView getWebView() {
return mWebview;
}
}
/**
* URI scheme for telephone number.
*/
public static final String SCHEME_TEL = "tel:";
/**
* URI scheme for email address.
*/
public static final String SCHEME_MAILTO = "mailto:";
/**
* URI scheme for map address.
*/
public static final String SCHEME_GEO = "geo:0,0?q=";
/**
* Interface to listen for find results.
*/
public interface FindListener {
/**
* Notifies the listener about progress made by a find operation.
*
* @param activeMatchOrdinal the zero-based ordinal of the currently selected match
* @param numberOfMatches how many matches have been found
* @param isDoneCounting whether the find operation has actually completed. The listener
* may be notified multiple times while the
* operation is underway, and the numberOfMatches
* value should not be considered final unless
* isDoneCounting is {@code true}.
*/
public void onFindResultReceived(int activeMatchOrdinal, int numberOfMatches,
boolean isDoneCounting);
}
/**
* Callback interface supplied to {@link #postVisualStateCallback} for receiving
* notifications about the visual state.
*/
public static abstract class VisualStateCallback {
/**
* Invoked when the visual state is ready to be drawn in the next {@link #onDraw}.
*
* @param requestId The identifier passed to {@link #postVisualStateCallback} when this
* callback was posted.
*/
public abstract void onComplete(long requestId);
}
/**
* Interface to listen for new pictures as they change.
*
* @deprecated This interface is now obsolete.
*/
@Deprecated
public interface PictureListener {
/**
* Used to provide notification that the WebView's picture has changed.
* See {@link WebView#capturePicture} for details of the picture.
*
* @param view the WebView that owns the picture
* @param picture the new picture. Applications targeting
* {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR2} or above
* will always receive a {@code null} Picture.
* @deprecated Deprecated due to internal changes.
*/
@Deprecated
void onNewPicture(WebView view, @Nullable Picture picture);
}
public static class HitTestResult {
/**
* Default HitTestResult, where the target is unknown.
*/
public static final int UNKNOWN_TYPE = 0;
/**
* @deprecated This type is no longer used.
*/
@Deprecated
public static final int ANCHOR_TYPE = 1;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting a phone number.
*/
public static final int PHONE_TYPE = 2;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting a map address.
*/
public static final int GEO_TYPE = 3;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting an email address.
*/
public static final int EMAIL_TYPE = 4;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting an HTML::img tag.
*/
public static final int IMAGE_TYPE = 5;
/**
* @deprecated This type is no longer used.
*/
@Deprecated
public static final int IMAGE_ANCHOR_TYPE = 6;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting a HTML::a tag with src=http.
*/
public static final int SRC_ANCHOR_TYPE = 7;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting a HTML::a tag with src=http + HTML::img.
*/
public static final int SRC_IMAGE_ANCHOR_TYPE = 8;
/**
* HitTestResult for hitting an edit text area.
*/
public static final int EDIT_TEXT_TYPE = 9;
private int mType;
private String mExtra;
/**
* @hide Only for use by WebViewProvider implementations
*/
@SystemApi
public HitTestResult() {
mType = UNKNOWN_TYPE;
}
/**
* @hide Only for use by WebViewProvider implementations
*/
@SystemApi
public void setType(int type) {
mType = type;
}
/**
* @hide Only for use by WebViewProvider implementations
*/
@SystemApi
public void setExtra(String extra) {
mExtra = extra;
}
/**
* Gets the type of the hit test result. See the XXX_TYPE constants
* defined in this class.
*
* @return the type of the hit test result
*/
public int getType() {
return mType;
}
/**
* Gets additional type-dependant information about the result. See
* {@link WebView#getHitTestResult()} for details. May either be {@code null}
* or contain extra information about this result.
*
* @return additional type-dependant information about the result
*/
@Nullable
public String getExtra() {
return mExtra;
}
}
/**
* Constructs a new WebView with an Activity Context object.
*
* <p class="note"><b>Note:</b> WebView should always be instantiated with an Activity Context.
* If instantiated with an Application Context, WebView will be unable to provide several
* features, such as JavaScript dialogs and autofill.
*
* @param context an Activity Context to access application assets
*/
public WebView(Context context) {
this(context, null);
}
/**
* Constructs a new WebView with layout parameters.
*
* @param context an Activity Context to access application assets
* @param attrs an AttributeSet passed to our parent
*/
public WebView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
this(context, attrs, com.android.internal.R.attr.webViewStyle);
}
/**
* Constructs a new WebView with layout parameters and a default style.
*
* @param context an Activity Context to access application assets
* @param attrs an AttributeSet passed to our parent
* @param defStyleAttr an attribute in the current theme that contains a
* reference to a style resource that supplies default values for
* the view. Can be 0 to not look for defaults.
*/
public WebView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr) {
this(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, 0);
}
/**
* Constructs a new WebView with layout parameters and a default style.
*
* @param context an Activity Context to access application assets
* @param attrs an AttributeSet passed to our parent
* @param defStyleAttr an attribute in the current theme that contains a
* reference to a style resource that supplies default values for
* the view. Can be 0 to not look for defaults.
* @param defStyleRes a resource identifier of a style resource that
* supplies default values for the view, used only if
* defStyleAttr is 0 or can not be found in the theme. Can be 0
* to not look for defaults.
*/
public WebView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr, int defStyleRes) {
this(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, defStyleRes, null, false);
}
/**
* Constructs a new WebView with layout parameters and a default style.
*
* @param context an Activity Context to access application assets
* @param attrs an AttributeSet passed to our parent
* @param defStyleAttr an attribute in the current theme that contains a
* reference to a style resource that supplies default values for
* the view. Can be 0 to not look for defaults.
* @param privateBrowsing whether this WebView will be initialized in
* private mode
*
* @deprecated Private browsing is no longer supported directly via
* WebView and will be removed in a future release. Prefer using
* {@link WebSettings}, {@link WebViewDatabase}, {@link CookieManager}
* and {@link WebStorage} for fine-grained control of privacy data.
*/
@Deprecated
public WebView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr,
boolean privateBrowsing) {
this(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, 0, null, privateBrowsing);
}
/**
* Constructs a new WebView with layout parameters, a default style and a set
* of custom JavaScript interfaces to be added to this WebView at initialization
* time. This guarantees that these interfaces will be available when the JS
* context is initialized.
*
* @param context an Activity Context to access application assets
* @param attrs an AttributeSet passed to our parent
* @param defStyleAttr an attribute in the current theme that contains a
* reference to a style resource that supplies default values for
* the view. Can be 0 to not look for defaults.
* @param javaScriptInterfaces a Map of interface names, as keys, and
* object implementing those interfaces, as
* values
* @param privateBrowsing whether this WebView will be initialized in
* private mode
* @hide This is used internally by dumprendertree, as it requires the JavaScript interfaces to
* be added synchronously, before a subsequent loadUrl call takes effect.
*/
@UnsupportedAppUsage
protected WebView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr,
Map<String, Object> javaScriptInterfaces, boolean privateBrowsing) {
this(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, 0, javaScriptInterfaces, privateBrowsing);
}
/**
* @hide
*/
@SuppressWarnings("deprecation") // for super() call into deprecated base class constructor.
@UnsupportedAppUsage
protected WebView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr, int defStyleRes,
Map<String, Object> javaScriptInterfaces, boolean privateBrowsing) {
super(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, defStyleRes);
// WebView is important by default, unless app developer overrode attribute.
if (getImportantForAutofill() == IMPORTANT_FOR_AUTOFILL_AUTO) {
setImportantForAutofill(IMPORTANT_FOR_AUTOFILL_YES);
}
if (context == null) {
throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid context argument");
}
if (mWebViewThread == null) {
throw new RuntimeException(
"WebView cannot be initialized on a thread that has no Looper.");
}
sEnforceThreadChecking = context.getApplicationInfo().targetSdkVersion >=
Build.VERSION_CODES.JELLY_BEAN_MR2;
checkThread();
ensureProviderCreated();
mProvider.init(javaScriptInterfaces, privateBrowsing);
// Post condition of creating a webview is the CookieSyncManager.getInstance() is allowed.
CookieSyncManager.setGetInstanceIsAllowed();
}
/**
* Specifies whether the horizontal scrollbar has overlay style.
*
* @deprecated This method has no effect.
* @param overlay {@code true} if horizontal scrollbar should have overlay style
*/
@Deprecated
public void setHorizontalScrollbarOverlay(boolean overlay) {
}
/**
* Specifies whether the vertical scrollbar has overlay style.
*
* @deprecated This method has no effect.
* @param overlay {@code true} if vertical scrollbar should have overlay style
*/
@Deprecated
public void setVerticalScrollbarOverlay(boolean overlay) {
}
/**
* Gets whether horizontal scrollbar has overlay style.
*
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @return {@code true}
*/
@Deprecated
public boolean overlayHorizontalScrollbar() {
// The old implementation defaulted to true, so return true for consistency
return true;
}
/**
* Gets whether vertical scrollbar has overlay style.
*
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @return {@code false}
*/
@Deprecated
public boolean overlayVerticalScrollbar() {
// The old implementation defaulted to false, so return false for consistency
return false;
}
/**
* Gets the visible height (in pixels) of the embedded title bar (if any).
*
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public int getVisibleTitleHeight() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getVisibleTitleHeight();
}
/**
* Gets the SSL certificate for the main top-level page or {@code null} if there is
* no certificate (the site is not secure).
*
* @return the SSL certificate for the main top-level page
*/
@Nullable
public SslCertificate getCertificate() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getCertificate();
}
/**
* Sets the SSL certificate for the main top-level page.
*
* @deprecated Calling this function has no useful effect, and will be
* ignored in future releases.
*/
@Deprecated
public void setCertificate(SslCertificate certificate) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setCertificate(certificate);
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Methods called by activity
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
/**
* Sets a username and password pair for the specified host. This data is
* used by the WebView to autocomplete username and password fields in web
* forms. Note that this is unrelated to the credentials used for HTTP
* authentication.
*
* @param host the host that required the credentials
* @param username the username for the given host
* @param password the password for the given host
* @see WebViewDatabase#clearUsernamePassword
* @see WebViewDatabase#hasUsernamePassword
* @deprecated Saving passwords in WebView will not be supported in future versions.
*/
@Deprecated
public void savePassword(String host, String username, String password) {
checkThread();
mProvider.savePassword(host, username, password);
}
/**
* Stores HTTP authentication credentials for a given host and realm to the {@link WebViewDatabase}
* instance.
*
* @param host the host to which the credentials apply
* @param realm the realm to which the credentials apply
* @param username the username
* @param password the password
* @deprecated Use {@link WebViewDatabase#setHttpAuthUsernamePassword} instead
*/
@Deprecated
public void setHttpAuthUsernamePassword(String host, String realm,
String username, String password) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setHttpAuthUsernamePassword(host, realm, username, password);
}
/**
* Retrieves HTTP authentication credentials for a given host and realm from the {@link
* WebViewDatabase} instance.
* @param host the host to which the credentials apply
* @param realm the realm to which the credentials apply
* @return the credentials as a String array, if found. The first element
* is the username and the second element is the password. {@code null} if
* no credentials are found.
* @deprecated Use {@link WebViewDatabase#getHttpAuthUsernamePassword} instead
*/
@Deprecated
@Nullable
public String[] getHttpAuthUsernamePassword(String host, String realm) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getHttpAuthUsernamePassword(host, realm);
}
/**
* Destroys the internal state of this WebView. This method should be called
* after this WebView has been removed from the view system. No other
* methods may be called on this WebView after destroy.
*/
public void destroy() {
checkThread();
mProvider.destroy();
}
/**
* Enables platform notifications of data state and proxy changes.
* Notifications are enabled by default.
*
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public static void enablePlatformNotifications() {
// noop
}
/**
* Disables platform notifications of data state and proxy changes.
* Notifications are enabled by default.
*
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public static void disablePlatformNotifications() {
// noop
}
/**
* Used only by internal tests to free up memory.
*
* @hide
*/
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public static void freeMemoryForTests() {
getFactory().getStatics().freeMemoryForTests();
}
/**
* Informs WebView of the network state. This is used to set
* the JavaScript property window.navigator.isOnline and
* generates the online/offline event as specified in HTML5, sec. 5.7.7
*
* @param networkUp a boolean indicating if network is available
*/
public void setNetworkAvailable(boolean networkUp) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setNetworkAvailable(networkUp);
}
/**
* Saves the state of this WebView used in
* {@link android.app.Activity#onSaveInstanceState}. Please note that this
* method no longer stores the display data for this WebView. The previous
* behavior could potentially leak files if {@link #restoreState} was never
* called.
*
* @param outState the Bundle to store this WebView's state
* @return the same copy of the back/forward list used to save the state, {@code null} if the
* method fails.
*/
@Nullable
public WebBackForwardList saveState(Bundle outState) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.saveState(outState);
}
/**
* Saves the current display data to the Bundle given. Used in conjunction
* with {@link #saveState}.
* @param b a Bundle to store the display data
* @param dest the file to store the serialized picture data. Will be
* overwritten with this WebView's picture data.
* @return {@code true} if the picture was successfully saved
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public boolean savePicture(Bundle b, final File dest) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.savePicture(b, dest);
}
/**
* Restores the display data that was saved in {@link #savePicture}. Used in
* conjunction with {@link #restoreState}. Note that this will not work if
* this WebView is hardware accelerated.
*
* @param b a Bundle containing the saved display data
* @param src the file where the picture data was stored
* @return {@code true} if the picture was successfully restored
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public boolean restorePicture(Bundle b, File src) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.restorePicture(b, src);
}
/**
* Restores the state of this WebView from the given Bundle. This method is
* intended for use in {@link android.app.Activity#onRestoreInstanceState}
* and should be called to restore the state of this WebView. If
* it is called after this WebView has had a chance to build state (load
* pages, create a back/forward list, etc.) there may be undesirable
* side-effects. Please note that this method no longer restores the
* display data for this WebView.
*
* @param inState the incoming Bundle of state
* @return the restored back/forward list or {@code null} if restoreState failed
*/
@Nullable
public WebBackForwardList restoreState(Bundle inState) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.restoreState(inState);
}
/**
* Loads the given URL with the specified additional HTTP headers.
* <p>
* Also see compatibility note on {@link #evaluateJavascript}.
*
* @param url the URL of the resource to load
* @param additionalHttpHeaders the additional headers to be used in the
* HTTP request for this URL, specified as a map from name to
* value. Note that if this map contains any of the headers
* that are set by default by this WebView, such as those
* controlling caching, accept types or the User-Agent, their
* values may be overridden by this WebView's defaults.
*/
public void loadUrl(String url, Map<String, String> additionalHttpHeaders) {
checkThread();
mProvider.loadUrl(url, additionalHttpHeaders);
}
/**
* Loads the given URL.
* <p>
* Also see compatibility note on {@link #evaluateJavascript}.
*
* @param url the URL of the resource to load
*/
public void loadUrl(String url) {
checkThread();
mProvider.loadUrl(url);
}
/**
* Loads the URL with postData using "POST" method into this WebView. If url
* is not a network URL, it will be loaded with {@link #loadUrl(String)}
* instead, ignoring the postData param.
*
* @param url the URL of the resource to load
* @param postData the data will be passed to "POST" request, which must be
* be "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" encoded.
*/
public void postUrl(String url, byte[] postData) {
checkThread();
if (URLUtil.isNetworkUrl(url)) {
mProvider.postUrl(url, postData);
} else {
mProvider.loadUrl(url);
}
}
/**
* Loads the given data into this WebView using a 'data' scheme URL.
* <p>
* Note that JavaScript's same origin policy means that script running in a
* page loaded using this method will be unable to access content loaded
* using any scheme other than 'data', including 'http(s)'. To avoid this
* restriction, use {@link
* #loadDataWithBaseURL(String,String,String,String,String)
* loadDataWithBaseURL()} with an appropriate base URL.
* <p>
* The {@code encoding} parameter specifies whether the data is base64 or URL
* encoded. If the data is base64 encoded, the value of the encoding
* parameter must be 'base64'. HTML can be encoded with {@link
* android.util.Base64#encodeToString(byte[],int)} like so:
* <pre>
* String unencodedHtml =
* "&lt;html&gt;&lt;body&gt;'%28' is the code for '('&lt;/body&gt;&lt;/html&gt;";
* String encodedHtml = Base64.encodeToString(unencodedHtml.getBytes(), Base64.NO_PADDING);
* webView.loadData(encodedHtml, "text/html", "base64");
* </pre>
* <p>
* For all other values of {@code encoding} (including {@code null}) it is assumed that the
* data uses ASCII encoding for octets inside the range of safe URL characters and use the
* standard %xx hex encoding of URLs for octets outside that range. See <a
* href="https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986#section-2.2">RFC 3986</a> for more information.
* <p>
* The {@code mimeType} parameter specifies the format of the data.
* If WebView can't handle the specified MIME type, it will download the data.
* If {@code null}, defaults to 'text/html'.
* <p>
* The 'data' scheme URL formed by this method uses the default US-ASCII
* charset. If you need to set a different charset, you should form a
* 'data' scheme URL which explicitly specifies a charset parameter in the
* mediatype portion of the URL and call {@link #loadUrl(String)} instead.
* Note that the charset obtained from the mediatype portion of a data URL
* always overrides that specified in the HTML or XML document itself.
* <p>
* Content loaded using this method will have a {@code window.origin} value
* of {@code "null"}. This must not be considered to be a trusted origin
* by the application or by any JavaScript code running inside the WebView
* (for example, event sources in DOM event handlers or web messages),
* because malicious content can also create frames with a null origin. If
* you need to identify the main frame's origin in a trustworthy way, you
* should use {@link #loadDataWithBaseURL(String,String,String,String,String)
* loadDataWithBaseURL()} with a valid HTTP or HTTPS base URL to set the
* origin.
*
* @param data a String of data in the given encoding
* @param mimeType the MIME type of the data, e.g. 'text/html'.
* @param encoding the encoding of the data
*/
public void loadData(String data, @Nullable String mimeType, @Nullable String encoding) {
checkThread();
mProvider.loadData(data, mimeType, encoding);
}
/**
* Loads the given data into this WebView, using baseUrl as the base URL for
* the content. The base URL is used both to resolve relative URLs and when
* applying JavaScript's same origin policy. The historyUrl is used for the
* history entry.
* <p>
* The {@code mimeType} parameter specifies the format of the data.
* If WebView can't handle the specified MIME type, it will download the data.
* If {@code null}, defaults to 'text/html'.
* <p>
* Note that content specified in this way can access local device files
* (via 'file' scheme URLs) only if baseUrl specifies a scheme other than
* 'http', 'https', 'ftp', 'ftps', 'about' or 'javascript'.
* <p>
* If the base URL uses the data scheme, this method is equivalent to
* calling {@link #loadData(String,String,String) loadData()} and the
* historyUrl is ignored, and the data will be treated as part of a data: URL.
* If the base URL uses any other scheme, then the data will be loaded into
* the WebView as a plain string (i.e. not part of a data URL) and any URL-encoded
* entities in the string will not be decoded.
* <p>
* Note that the baseUrl is sent in the 'Referer' HTTP header when
* requesting subresources (images, etc.) of the page loaded using this method.
* <p>
* If a valid HTTP or HTTPS base URL is not specified in {@code baseUrl}, then
* content loaded using this method will have a {@code window.origin} value
* of {@code "null"}. This must not be considered to be a trusted origin
* by the application or by any JavaScript code running inside the WebView
* (for example, event sources in DOM event handlers or web messages),
* because malicious content can also create frames with a null origin. If
* you need to identify the main frame's origin in a trustworthy way, you
* should use a valid HTTP or HTTPS base URL to set the origin.
*
* @param baseUrl the URL to use as the page's base URL. If {@code null} defaults to
* 'about:blank'.
* @param data a String of data in the given encoding
* @param mimeType the MIME type of the data, e.g. 'text/html'.
* @param encoding the encoding of the data
* @param historyUrl the URL to use as the history entry. If {@code null} defaults
* to 'about:blank'. If non-null, this must be a valid URL.
*/
public void loadDataWithBaseURL(@Nullable String baseUrl, String data,
@Nullable String mimeType, @Nullable String encoding, @Nullable String historyUrl) {
checkThread();
mProvider.loadDataWithBaseURL(baseUrl, data, mimeType, encoding, historyUrl);
}
/**
* Asynchronously evaluates JavaScript in the context of the currently displayed page.
* If non-null, |resultCallback| will be invoked with any result returned from that
* execution. This method must be called on the UI thread and the callback will
* be made on the UI thread.
* <p>
* Compatibility note. Applications targeting {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#N} or
* later, JavaScript state from an empty WebView is no longer persisted across navigations like
* {@link #loadUrl(String)}. For example, global variables and functions defined before calling
* {@link #loadUrl(String)} will not exist in the loaded page. Applications should use
* {@link #addJavascriptInterface} instead to persist JavaScript objects across navigations.
*
* @param script the JavaScript to execute.
* @param resultCallback A callback to be invoked when the script execution
* completes with the result of the execution (if any).
* May be {@code null} if no notification of the result is required.
*/
public void evaluateJavascript(String script, @Nullable ValueCallback<String> resultCallback) {
checkThread();
mProvider.evaluateJavaScript(script, resultCallback);
}
/**
* Saves the current view as a web archive.
*
* @param filename the filename where the archive should be placed
*/
public void saveWebArchive(String filename) {
checkThread();
mProvider.saveWebArchive(filename);
}
/**
* Saves the current view as a web archive.
*
* @param basename the filename where the archive should be placed
* @param autoname if {@code false}, takes basename to be a file. If {@code true}, basename
* is assumed to be a directory in which a filename will be
* chosen according to the URL of the current page.
* @param callback called after the web archive has been saved. The
* parameter for onReceiveValue will either be the filename
* under which the file was saved, or {@code null} if saving the
* file failed.
*/
public void saveWebArchive(String basename, boolean autoname, @Nullable ValueCallback<String>
callback) {
checkThread();
mProvider.saveWebArchive(basename, autoname, callback);
}
/**
* Stops the current load.
*/
public void stopLoading() {
checkThread();
mProvider.stopLoading();
}
/**
* Reloads the current URL.
*/
public void reload() {
checkThread();
mProvider.reload();
}
/**
* Gets whether this WebView has a back history item.
*
* @return {@code true} if this WebView has a back history item
*/
public boolean canGoBack() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.canGoBack();
}
/**
* Goes back in the history of this WebView.
*/
public void goBack() {
checkThread();
mProvider.goBack();
}
/**
* Gets whether this WebView has a forward history item.
*
* @return {@code true} if this WebView has a forward history item
*/
public boolean canGoForward() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.canGoForward();
}
/**
* Goes forward in the history of this WebView.
*/
public void goForward() {
checkThread();
mProvider.goForward();
}
/**
* Gets whether the page can go back or forward the given
* number of steps.
*
* @param steps the negative or positive number of steps to move the
* history
*/
public boolean canGoBackOrForward(int steps) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.canGoBackOrForward(steps);
}
/**
* Goes to the history item that is the number of steps away from
* the current item. Steps is negative if backward and positive
* if forward.
*
* @param steps the number of steps to take back or forward in the back
* forward list
*/
public void goBackOrForward(int steps) {
checkThread();
mProvider.goBackOrForward(steps);
}
/**
* Gets whether private browsing is enabled in this WebView.
*/
public boolean isPrivateBrowsingEnabled() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.isPrivateBrowsingEnabled();
}
/**
* Scrolls the contents of this WebView up by half the view size.
*
* @param top {@code true} to jump to the top of the page
* @return {@code true} if the page was scrolled
*/
public boolean pageUp(boolean top) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.pageUp(top);
}
/**
* Scrolls the contents of this WebView down by half the page size.
*
* @param bottom {@code true} to jump to bottom of page
* @return {@code true} if the page was scrolled
*/
public boolean pageDown(boolean bottom) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.pageDown(bottom);
}
/**
* Posts a {@link VisualStateCallback}, which will be called when
* the current state of the WebView is ready to be drawn.
*
* <p>Because updates to the DOM are processed asynchronously, updates to the DOM may not
* immediately be reflected visually by subsequent {@link WebView#onDraw} invocations. The
* {@link VisualStateCallback} provides a mechanism to notify the caller when the contents of
* the DOM at the current time are ready to be drawn the next time the {@link WebView}
* draws.
*
* <p>The next draw after the callback completes is guaranteed to reflect all the updates to the
* DOM up to the point at which the {@link VisualStateCallback} was posted, but it may also
* contain updates applied after the callback was posted.
*
* <p>The state of the DOM covered by this API includes the following:
* <ul>
* <li>primitive HTML elements (div, img, span, etc..)</li>
* <li>images</li>
* <li>CSS animations</li>
* <li>WebGL</li>
* <li>canvas</li>
* </ul>
* It does not include the state of:
* <ul>
* <li>the video tag</li>
* </ul>
*
* <p>To guarantee that the {@link WebView} will successfully render the first frame
* after the {@link VisualStateCallback#onComplete} method has been called a set of conditions
* must be met:
* <ul>
* <li>If the {@link WebView}'s visibility is set to {@link View#VISIBLE VISIBLE} then
* the {@link WebView} must be attached to the view hierarchy.</li>
* <li>If the {@link WebView}'s visibility is set to {@link View#INVISIBLE INVISIBLE}
* then the {@link WebView} must be attached to the view hierarchy and must be made
* {@link View#VISIBLE VISIBLE} from the {@link VisualStateCallback#onComplete} method.</li>
* <li>If the {@link WebView}'s visibility is set to {@link View#GONE GONE} then the
* {@link WebView} must be attached to the view hierarchy and its
* {@link AbsoluteLayout.LayoutParams LayoutParams}'s width and height need to be set to fixed
* values and must be made {@link View#VISIBLE VISIBLE} from the
* {@link VisualStateCallback#onComplete} method.</li>
* </ul>
*
* <p>When using this API it is also recommended to enable pre-rasterization if the {@link
* WebView} is off screen to avoid flickering. See {@link WebSettings#setOffscreenPreRaster} for
* more details and do consider its caveats.
*
* @param requestId An id that will be returned in the callback to allow callers to match
* requests with callbacks.
* @param callback The callback to be invoked.
*/
public void postVisualStateCallback(long requestId, VisualStateCallback callback) {
checkThread();
mProvider.insertVisualStateCallback(requestId, callback);
}
/**
* Clears this WebView so that onDraw() will draw nothing but white background,
* and onMeasure() will return 0 if MeasureSpec is not MeasureSpec.EXACTLY.
* @deprecated Use WebView.loadUrl("about:blank") to reliably reset the view state
* and release page resources (including any running JavaScript).
*/
@Deprecated
public void clearView() {
checkThread();
mProvider.clearView();
}
/**
* Gets a new picture that captures the current contents of this WebView.
* The picture is of the entire document being displayed, and is not
* limited to the area currently displayed by this WebView. Also, the
* picture is a static copy and is unaffected by later changes to the
* content being displayed.
* <p>
* Note that due to internal changes, for API levels between
* {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#HONEYCOMB} and
* {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#ICE_CREAM_SANDWICH} inclusive, the
* picture does not include fixed position elements or scrollable divs.
* <p>
* Note that from {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1} the returned picture
* should only be drawn into bitmap-backed Canvas - using any other type of Canvas will involve
* additional conversion at a cost in memory and performance. Also the
* {@link android.graphics.Picture#createFromStream} and
* {@link android.graphics.Picture#writeToStream} methods are not supported on the
* returned object.
*
* @deprecated Use {@link #onDraw} to obtain a bitmap snapshot of the WebView, or
* {@link #saveWebArchive} to save the content to a file.
*
* @return a picture that captures the current contents of this WebView
*/
@Deprecated
public Picture capturePicture() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.capturePicture();
}
/**
* @deprecated Use {@link #createPrintDocumentAdapter(String)} which requires user
* to provide a print document name.
*/
@Deprecated
public PrintDocumentAdapter createPrintDocumentAdapter() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.createPrintDocumentAdapter("default");
}
/**
* Creates a PrintDocumentAdapter that provides the content of this WebView for printing.
*
* The adapter works by converting the WebView contents to a PDF stream. The WebView cannot
* be drawn during the conversion process - any such draws are undefined. It is recommended
* to use a dedicated off screen WebView for the printing. If necessary, an application may
* temporarily hide a visible WebView by using a custom PrintDocumentAdapter instance
* wrapped around the object returned and observing the onStart and onFinish methods. See
* {@link android.print.PrintDocumentAdapter} for more information.
*
* @param documentName The user-facing name of the printed document. See
* {@link android.print.PrintDocumentInfo}
*/
public PrintDocumentAdapter createPrintDocumentAdapter(String documentName) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.createPrintDocumentAdapter(documentName);
}
/**
* Gets the current scale of this WebView.
*
* @return the current scale
*
* @deprecated This method is prone to inaccuracy due to race conditions
* between the web rendering and UI threads; prefer
* {@link WebViewClient#onScaleChanged}.
*/
@Deprecated
@ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(category = "webview")
public float getScale() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getScale();
}
/**
* Sets the initial scale for this WebView. 0 means default.
* The behavior for the default scale depends on the state of
* {@link WebSettings#getUseWideViewPort()} and
* {@link WebSettings#getLoadWithOverviewMode()}.
* If the content fits into the WebView control by width, then
* the zoom is set to 100%. For wide content, the behavior
* depends on the state of {@link WebSettings#getLoadWithOverviewMode()}.
* If its value is {@code true}, the content will be zoomed out to be fit
* by width into the WebView control, otherwise not.
*
* If initial scale is greater than 0, WebView starts with this value
* as initial scale.
* Please note that unlike the scale properties in the viewport meta tag,
* this method doesn't take the screen density into account.
*
* @param scaleInPercent the initial scale in percent
*/
public void setInitialScale(int scaleInPercent) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setInitialScale(scaleInPercent);
}
/**
* Invokes the graphical zoom picker widget for this WebView. This will
* result in the zoom widget appearing on the screen to control the zoom
* level of this WebView.
*/
public void invokeZoomPicker() {
checkThread();
mProvider.invokeZoomPicker();
}
/**
* Gets a HitTestResult based on the current cursor node. If a HTML::a
* tag is found and the anchor has a non-JavaScript URL, the HitTestResult
* type is set to SRC_ANCHOR_TYPE and the URL is set in the "extra" field.
* If the anchor does not have a URL or if it is a JavaScript URL, the type
* will be UNKNOWN_TYPE and the URL has to be retrieved through
* {@link #requestFocusNodeHref} asynchronously. If a HTML::img tag is
* found, the HitTestResult type is set to IMAGE_TYPE and the URL is set in
* the "extra" field. A type of
* SRC_IMAGE_ANCHOR_TYPE indicates an anchor with a URL that has an image as
* a child node. If a phone number is found, the HitTestResult type is set
* to PHONE_TYPE and the phone number is set in the "extra" field of
* HitTestResult. If a map address is found, the HitTestResult type is set
* to GEO_TYPE and the address is set in the "extra" field of HitTestResult.
* If an email address is found, the HitTestResult type is set to EMAIL_TYPE
* and the email is set in the "extra" field of HitTestResult. Otherwise,
* HitTestResult type is set to UNKNOWN_TYPE.
*/
public HitTestResult getHitTestResult() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getHitTestResult();
}
/**
* Requests the anchor or image element URL at the last tapped point.
* If hrefMsg is {@code null}, this method returns immediately and does not
* dispatch hrefMsg to its target. If the tapped point hits an image,
* an anchor, or an image in an anchor, the message associates
* strings in named keys in its data. The value paired with the key
* may be an empty string.
*
* @param hrefMsg the message to be dispatched with the result of the
* request. The message data contains three keys. "url"
* returns the anchor's href attribute. "title" returns the
* anchor's text. "src" returns the image's src attribute.
*/
public void requestFocusNodeHref(@Nullable Message hrefMsg) {
checkThread();
mProvider.requestFocusNodeHref(hrefMsg);
}
/**
* Requests the URL of the image last touched by the user. msg will be sent
* to its target with a String representing the URL as its object.
*
* @param msg the message to be dispatched with the result of the request
* as the data member with "url" as key. The result can be {@code null}.
*/
public void requestImageRef(Message msg) {
checkThread();
mProvider.requestImageRef(msg);
}
/**
* Gets the URL for the current page. This is not always the same as the URL
* passed to WebViewClient.onPageStarted because although the load for
* that URL has begun, the current page may not have changed.
*
* @return the URL for the current page
*/
@ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(category = "webview")
public String getUrl() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getUrl();
}
/**
* Gets the original URL for the current page. This is not always the same
* as the URL passed to WebViewClient.onPageStarted because although the
* load for that URL has begun, the current page may not have changed.
* Also, there may have been redirects resulting in a different URL to that
* originally requested.
*
* @return the URL that was originally requested for the current page
*/
@ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(category = "webview")
public String getOriginalUrl() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getOriginalUrl();
}
/**
* Gets the title for the current page. This is the title of the current page
* until WebViewClient.onReceivedTitle is called.
*
* @return the title for the current page
*/
@ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(category = "webview")
public String getTitle() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getTitle();
}
/**
* Gets the favicon for the current page. This is the favicon of the current
* page until WebViewClient.onReceivedIcon is called.
*
* @return the favicon for the current page
*/
public Bitmap getFavicon() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getFavicon();
}
/**
* Gets the touch icon URL for the apple-touch-icon <link> element, or
* a URL on this site's server pointing to the standard location of a
* touch icon.
*
* @hide
*/
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public String getTouchIconUrl() {
return mProvider.getTouchIconUrl();
}
/**
* Gets the progress for the current page.
*
* @return the progress for the current page between 0 and 100
*/
public int getProgress() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getProgress();
}
/**
* Gets the height of the HTML content.
*
* @return the height of the HTML content
*/
@ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(category = "webview")
public int getContentHeight() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getContentHeight();
}
/**
* Gets the width of the HTML content.
*
* @return the width of the HTML content
* @hide
*/
@ViewDebug.ExportedProperty(category = "webview")
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public int getContentWidth() {
return mProvider.getContentWidth();
}
/**
* Pauses all layout, parsing, and JavaScript timers for all WebViews. This
* is a global requests, not restricted to just this WebView. This can be
* useful if the application has been paused.
*/
public void pauseTimers() {
checkThread();
mProvider.pauseTimers();
}
/**
* Resumes all layout, parsing, and JavaScript timers for all WebViews.
* This will resume dispatching all timers.
*/
public void resumeTimers() {
checkThread();
mProvider.resumeTimers();
}
/**
* Does a best-effort attempt to pause any processing that can be paused
* safely, such as animations and geolocation. Note that this call
* does not pause JavaScript. To pause JavaScript globally, use
* {@link #pauseTimers}.
*
* To resume WebView, call {@link #onResume}.
*/
public void onPause() {
checkThread();
mProvider.onPause();
}
/**
* Resumes a WebView after a previous call to {@link #onPause}.
*/
public void onResume() {
checkThread();
mProvider.onResume();
}
/**
* Gets whether this WebView is paused, meaning onPause() was called.
* Calling onResume() sets the paused state back to {@code false}.
*
* @hide
*/
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public boolean isPaused() {
return mProvider.isPaused();
}
/**
* Informs this WebView that memory is low so that it can free any available
* memory.
* @deprecated Memory caches are automatically dropped when no longer needed, and in response
* to system memory pressure.
*/
@Deprecated
public void freeMemory() {
checkThread();
mProvider.freeMemory();
}
/**
* Clears the resource cache. Note that the cache is per-application, so
* this will clear the cache for all WebViews used.
*
* @param includeDiskFiles if {@code false}, only the RAM cache is cleared
*/
public void clearCache(boolean includeDiskFiles) {
checkThread();
mProvider.clearCache(includeDiskFiles);
}
/**
* Removes the autocomplete popup from the currently focused form field, if
* present. Note this only affects the display of the autocomplete popup,
* it does not remove any saved form data from this WebView's store. To do
* that, use {@link WebViewDatabase#clearFormData}.
*/
public void clearFormData() {
checkThread();
mProvider.clearFormData();
}
/**
* Tells this WebView to clear its internal back/forward list.
*/
public void clearHistory() {
checkThread();
mProvider.clearHistory();
}
/**
* Clears the SSL preferences table stored in response to proceeding with
* SSL certificate errors.
*/
public void clearSslPreferences() {
checkThread();
mProvider.clearSslPreferences();
}
/**
* Clears the client certificate preferences stored in response
* to proceeding/cancelling client cert requests. Note that WebView
* automatically clears these preferences when it receives a
* {@link KeyChain#ACTION_STORAGE_CHANGED} intent. The preferences are
* shared by all the WebViews that are created by the embedder application.
*
* @param onCleared A runnable to be invoked when client certs are cleared.
* The runnable will be called in UI thread.
*/
public static void clearClientCertPreferences(@Nullable Runnable onCleared) {
getFactory().getStatics().clearClientCertPreferences(onCleared);
}
/**
* Starts Safe Browsing initialization.
* <p>
* URL loads are not guaranteed to be protected by Safe Browsing until after {@code callback} is
* invoked with {@code true}. Safe Browsing is not fully supported on all devices. For those
* devices {@code callback} will receive {@code false}.
* <p>
* This should not be called if Safe Browsing has been disabled by manifest tag or {@link
* WebSettings#setSafeBrowsingEnabled}. This prepares resources used for Safe Browsing.
* <p>
* This should be called with the Application Context (and will always use the Application
* context to do its work regardless).
*
* @param context Application Context.
* @param callback will be called on the UI thread with {@code true} if initialization is
* successful, {@code false} otherwise.
*/
public static void startSafeBrowsing(@NonNull Context context,
@Nullable ValueCallback<Boolean> callback) {
getFactory().getStatics().initSafeBrowsing(context, callback);
}
/**
* Sets the list of hosts (domain names/IP addresses) that are exempt from SafeBrowsing checks.
* The list is global for all the WebViews.
* <p>
* Each rule should take one of these:
* <table>
* <tr><th> Rule </th> <th> Example </th> <th> Matches Subdomain</th> </tr>
* <tr><td> HOSTNAME </td> <td> example.com </td> <td> Yes </td> </tr>
* <tr><td> .HOSTNAME </td> <td> .example.com </td> <td> No </td> </tr>
* <tr><td> IPV4_LITERAL </td> <td> 192.168.1.1 </td> <td> No </td></tr>
* <tr><td> IPV6_LITERAL_WITH_BRACKETS </td><td>[10:20:30:40:50:60:70:80]</td><td>No</td></tr>
* </table>
* <p>
* All other rules, including wildcards, are invalid.
* <p>
* The correct syntax for hosts is defined by <a
* href="https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986#section-3.2.2">RFC 3986</a>.
*
* @param hosts the list of hosts
* @param callback will be called with {@code true} if hosts are successfully added to the
* whitelist. It will be called with {@code false} if any hosts are malformed. The callback
* will be run on the UI thread
*/
public static void setSafeBrowsingWhitelist(@NonNull List<String> hosts,
@Nullable ValueCallback<Boolean> callback) {
getFactory().getStatics().setSafeBrowsingWhitelist(hosts, callback);
}
/**
* Returns a URL pointing to the privacy policy for Safe Browsing reporting.
*
* @return the url pointing to a privacy policy document which can be displayed to users.
*/
@NonNull
public static Uri getSafeBrowsingPrivacyPolicyUrl() {
return getFactory().getStatics().getSafeBrowsingPrivacyPolicyUrl();
}
/**
* Gets the WebBackForwardList for this WebView. This contains the
* back/forward list for use in querying each item in the history stack.
* This is a copy of the private WebBackForwardList so it contains only a
* snapshot of the current state. Multiple calls to this method may return
* different objects. The object returned from this method will not be
* updated to reflect any new state.
*/
public WebBackForwardList copyBackForwardList() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.copyBackForwardList();
}
/**
* Registers the listener to be notified as find-on-page operations
* progress. This will replace the current listener.
*
* @param listener an implementation of {@link FindListener}
*/
public void setFindListener(FindListener listener) {
checkThread();
setupFindListenerIfNeeded();
mFindListener.mUserFindListener = listener;
}
/**
* Highlights and scrolls to the next match found by
* {@link #findAllAsync}, wrapping around page boundaries as necessary.
* Notifies any registered {@link FindListener}. If {@link #findAllAsync(String)}
* has not been called yet, or if {@link #clearMatches} has been called since the
* last find operation, this function does nothing.
*
* @param forward the direction to search
* @see #setFindListener
*/
public void findNext(boolean forward) {
checkThread();
mProvider.findNext(forward);
}
/**
* Finds all instances of find on the page and highlights them.
* Notifies any registered {@link FindListener}.
*
* @param find the string to find
* @return the number of occurrences of the String "find" that were found
* @deprecated {@link #findAllAsync} is preferred.
* @see #setFindListener
*/
@Deprecated
public int findAll(String find) {
checkThread();
StrictMode.noteSlowCall("findAll blocks UI: prefer findAllAsync");
return mProvider.findAll(find);
}
/**
* Finds all instances of find on the page and highlights them,
* asynchronously. Notifies any registered {@link FindListener}.
* Successive calls to this will cancel any pending searches.
*
* @param find the string to find.
* @see #setFindListener
*/
public void findAllAsync(String find) {
checkThread();
mProvider.findAllAsync(find);
}
/**
* Starts an ActionMode for finding text in this WebView. Only works if this
* WebView is attached to the view system.
*
* @param text if non-null, will be the initial text to search for.
* Otherwise, the last String searched for in this WebView will
* be used to start.
* @param showIme if {@code true}, show the IME, assuming the user will begin typing.
* If {@code false} and text is non-null, perform a find all.
* @return {@code true} if the find dialog is shown, {@code false} otherwise
* @deprecated This method does not work reliably on all Android versions;
* implementing a custom find dialog using WebView.findAllAsync()
* provides a more robust solution.
*/
@Deprecated
public boolean showFindDialog(@Nullable String text, boolean showIme) {
checkThread();
return mProvider.showFindDialog(text, showIme);
}
/**
* Gets the first substring consisting of the address of a physical
* location. Currently, only addresses in the United States are detected,
* and consist of:
* <ul>
* <li>a house number</li>
* <li>a street name</li>
* <li>a street type (Road, Circle, etc), either spelled out or
* abbreviated</li>
* <li>a city name</li>
* <li>a state or territory, either spelled out or two-letter abbr</li>
* <li>an optional 5 digit or 9 digit zip code</li>
* </ul>
* All names must be correctly capitalized, and the zip code, if present,
* must be valid for the state. The street type must be a standard USPS
* spelling or abbreviation. The state or territory must also be spelled
* or abbreviated using USPS standards. The house number may not exceed
* five digits.
*
* @param addr the string to search for addresses
* @return the address, or if no address is found, {@code null}
* @deprecated this method is superseded by {@link TextClassifier#generateLinks(
* android.view.textclassifier.TextLinks.Request)}. Avoid using this method even when targeting
* API levels where no alternative is available.
*/
@Nullable
@Deprecated
public static String findAddress(String addr) {
if (addr == null) {
throw new NullPointerException("addr is null");
}
return FindAddress.findAddress(addr);
}
/**
* For apps targeting the L release, WebView has a new default behavior that reduces
* memory footprint and increases performance by intelligently choosing
* the portion of the HTML document that needs to be drawn. These
* optimizations are transparent to the developers. However, under certain
* circumstances, an App developer may want to disable them:
* <ol>
* <li>When an app uses {@link #onDraw} to do own drawing and accesses portions
* of the page that is way outside the visible portion of the page.</li>
* <li>When an app uses {@link #capturePicture} to capture a very large HTML document.
* Note that capturePicture is a deprecated API.</li>
* </ol>
* Enabling drawing the entire HTML document has a significant performance
* cost. This method should be called before any WebViews are created.
*/
public static void enableSlowWholeDocumentDraw() {
getFactory().getStatics().enableSlowWholeDocumentDraw();
}
/**
* Clears the highlighting surrounding text matches created by
* {@link #findAllAsync}.
*/
public void clearMatches() {
checkThread();
mProvider.clearMatches();
}
/**
* Queries the document to see if it contains any image references. The
* message object will be dispatched with arg1 being set to 1 if images
* were found and 0 if the document does not reference any images.
*
* @param response the message that will be dispatched with the result
*/
public void documentHasImages(Message response) {
checkThread();
mProvider.documentHasImages(response);
}
/**
* Sets the WebViewClient that will receive various notifications and
* requests. This will replace the current handler.
*
* @param client an implementation of WebViewClient
* @see #getWebViewClient
*/
public void setWebViewClient(WebViewClient client) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setWebViewClient(client);
}
/**
* Gets the WebViewClient.
*
* @return the WebViewClient, or a default client if not yet set
* @see #setWebViewClient
*/
public WebViewClient getWebViewClient() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getWebViewClient();
}
/**
* Registers the interface to be used when content can not be handled by
* the rendering engine, and should be downloaded instead. This will replace
* the current handler.
*
* @param listener an implementation of DownloadListener
*/
public void setDownloadListener(DownloadListener listener) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setDownloadListener(listener);
}
/**
* Sets the chrome handler. This is an implementation of WebChromeClient for
* use in handling JavaScript dialogs, favicons, titles, and the progress.
* This will replace the current handler.
*
* @param client an implementation of WebChromeClient
* @see #getWebChromeClient
*/
public void setWebChromeClient(WebChromeClient client) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setWebChromeClient(client);
}
/**
* Gets the chrome handler.
*
* @return the WebChromeClient, or {@code null} if not yet set
* @see #setWebChromeClient
*/
@Nullable
public WebChromeClient getWebChromeClient() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getWebChromeClient();
}
/**
* Sets the Picture listener. This is an interface used to receive
* notifications of a new Picture.
*
* @param listener an implementation of WebView.PictureListener
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
*/
@Deprecated
public void setPictureListener(PictureListener listener) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setPictureListener(listener);
}
/**
* Injects the supplied Java object into this WebView. The object is
* injected into the JavaScript context of the main frame, using the
* supplied name. This allows the Java object's methods to be
* accessed from JavaScript. For applications targeted to API
* level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
* and above, only public methods that are annotated with
* {@link android.webkit.JavascriptInterface} can be accessed from JavaScript.
* For applications targeted to API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN} or below,
* all public methods (including the inherited ones) can be accessed, see the
* important security note below for implications.
* <p> Note that injected objects will not appear in JavaScript until the page is next
* (re)loaded. JavaScript should be enabled before injecting the object. For example:
* <pre>
* class JsObject {
* {@literal @}JavascriptInterface
* public String toString() { return "injectedObject"; }
* }
* webview.getSettings().setJavaScriptEnabled(true);
* webView.addJavascriptInterface(new JsObject(), "injectedObject");
* webView.loadData("<!DOCTYPE html><title></title>", "text/html", null);
* webView.loadUrl("javascript:alert(injectedObject.toString())");</pre>
* <p>
* <strong>IMPORTANT:</strong>
* <ul>
* <li> This method can be used to allow JavaScript to control the host
* application. This is a powerful feature, but also presents a security
* risk for apps targeting {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN} or earlier.
* Apps that target a version later than {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN}
* are still vulnerable if the app runs on a device running Android earlier than 4.2.
* The most secure way to use this method is to target {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
* and to ensure the method is called only when running on Android 4.2 or later.
* With these older versions, JavaScript could use reflection to access an
* injected object's public fields. Use of this method in a WebView
* containing untrusted content could allow an attacker to manipulate the
* host application in unintended ways, executing Java code with the
* permissions of the host application. Use extreme care when using this
* method in a WebView which could contain untrusted content.</li>
* <li> JavaScript interacts with Java object on a private, background
* thread of this WebView. Care is therefore required to maintain thread
* safety.
* </li>
* <li> The Java object's fields are not accessible.</li>
* <li> For applications targeted to API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#LOLLIPOP}
* and above, methods of injected Java objects are enumerable from
* JavaScript.</li>
* </ul>
*
* @param object the Java object to inject into this WebView's JavaScript
* context. {@code null} values are ignored.
* @param name the name used to expose the object in JavaScript
*/
public void addJavascriptInterface(Object object, String name) {
checkThread();
mProvider.addJavascriptInterface(object, name);
}
/**
* Removes a previously injected Java object from this WebView. Note that
* the removal will not be reflected in JavaScript until the page is next
* (re)loaded. See {@link #addJavascriptInterface}.
*
* @param name the name used to expose the object in JavaScript
*/
public void removeJavascriptInterface(@NonNull String name) {
checkThread();
mProvider.removeJavascriptInterface(name);
}
/**
* Creates a message channel to communicate with JS and returns the message
* ports that represent the endpoints of this message channel. The HTML5 message
* channel functionality is described
* <a href="https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/comms.html#messagechannel">here
* </a>
*
* <p>The returned message channels are entangled and already in started state.
*
* @return the two message ports that form the message channel.
*/
public WebMessagePort[] createWebMessageChannel() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.createWebMessageChannel();
}
/**
* Post a message to main frame. The embedded application can restrict the
* messages to a certain target origin. See
* <a href="https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/comms.html#posting-messages">
* HTML5 spec</a> for how target origin can be used.
* <p>
* A target origin can be set as a wildcard ("*"). However this is not recommended.
* See the page above for security issues.
* <p>
* Content loaded via {@link #loadData(String,String,String)} will not have a
* valid origin, and thus cannot be sent messages securely. If you need to send
* messages using this function, you should use
* {@link #loadDataWithBaseURL(String,String,String,String,String)} with a valid
* HTTP or HTTPS {@code baseUrl} to define a valid origin that can be used for
* messaging.
*
* @param message the WebMessage
* @param targetOrigin the target origin.
*/
public void postWebMessage(WebMessage message, Uri targetOrigin) {
checkThread();
mProvider.postMessageToMainFrame(message, targetOrigin);
}
/**
* Gets the WebSettings object used to control the settings for this
* WebView.
*
* @return a WebSettings object that can be used to control this WebView's
* settings
*/
public WebSettings getSettings() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getSettings();
}
/**
* Enables debugging of web contents (HTML / CSS / JavaScript)
* loaded into any WebViews of this application. This flag can be enabled
* in order to facilitate debugging of web layouts and JavaScript
* code running inside WebViews. Please refer to WebView documentation
* for the debugging guide.
*
* The default is {@code false}.
*
* @param enabled whether to enable web contents debugging
*/
public static void setWebContentsDebuggingEnabled(boolean enabled) {
getFactory().getStatics().setWebContentsDebuggingEnabled(enabled);
}
/**
* Gets the list of currently loaded plugins.
*
* @return the list of currently loaded plugins
* @deprecated This was used for Gears, which has been deprecated.
* @hide
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public static synchronized PluginList getPluginList() {
return new PluginList();
}
/**
* Define the directory used to store WebView data for the current process.
* The provided suffix will be used when constructing data and cache
* directory paths. If this API is not called, no suffix will be used.
* Each directory can be used by only one process in the application. If more
* than one process in an app wishes to use WebView, only one process can use
* the default directory, and other processes must call this API to define
* a unique suffix.
* <p>
* This means that different processes in the same application cannot directly
* share WebView-related data, since the data directories must be distinct.
* Applications that use this API may have to explicitly pass data between
* processes. For example, login cookies may have to be copied from one
* process's cookie jar to the other using {@link CookieManager} if both
* processes' WebViews are intended to be logged in.
* <p>
* Most applications should simply ensure that all components of the app
* that rely on WebView are in the same process, to avoid needing multiple
* data directories. The {@link #disableWebView} method can be used to ensure
* that the other processes do not use WebView by accident in this case.
* <p>
* This API must be called before any instances of WebView are created in
* this process and before any other methods in the android.webkit package
* are called by this process.
*
* @param suffix The directory name suffix to be used for the current
* process. Must not contain a path separator.
* @throws IllegalStateException if WebView has already been initialized
* in the current process.
* @throws IllegalArgumentException if the suffix contains a path separator.
*/
public static void setDataDirectorySuffix(String suffix) {
WebViewFactory.setDataDirectorySuffix(suffix);
}
/**
* Indicate that the current process does not intend to use WebView, and
* that an exception should be thrown if a WebView is created or any other
* methods in the android.webkit package are used.
* <p>
* Applications with multiple processes may wish to call this in processes
* that are not intended to use WebView to avoid accidentally incurring
* the memory usage of initializing WebView in long-lived processes that
* have no need for it, and to prevent potential data directory conflicts
* (see {@link #setDataDirectorySuffix}).
* <p>
* For example, an audio player application with one process for its
* activities and another process for its playback service may wish to call
* this method in the playback service's {@link android.app.Service#onCreate}.
*
* @throws IllegalStateException if WebView has already been initialized
* in the current process.
*/
public static void disableWebView() {
WebViewFactory.disableWebView();
}
/**
* @deprecated This was used for Gears, which has been deprecated.
* @hide
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public void refreshPlugins(boolean reloadOpenPages) {
checkThread();
}
/**
* Puts this WebView into text selection mode. Do not rely on this
* functionality; it will be deprecated in the future.
*
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public void emulateShiftHeld() {
checkThread();
}
/**
* @deprecated WebView no longer needs to implement
* ViewGroup.OnHierarchyChangeListener. This method does nothing now.
*/
@Override
// Cannot add @hide as this can always be accessed via the interface.
@Deprecated
public void onChildViewAdded(View parent, View child) {}
/**
* @deprecated WebView no longer needs to implement
* ViewGroup.OnHierarchyChangeListener. This method does nothing now.
*/
@Override
// Cannot add @hide as this can always be accessed via the interface.
@Deprecated
public void onChildViewRemoved(View p, View child) {}
/**
* @deprecated WebView should not have implemented
* ViewTreeObserver.OnGlobalFocusChangeListener. This method does nothing now.
*/
@Override
// Cannot add @hide as this can always be accessed via the interface.
@Deprecated
public void onGlobalFocusChanged(View oldFocus, View newFocus) {
}
/**
* @deprecated Only the default case, {@code true}, will be supported in a future version.
*/
@Deprecated
public void setMapTrackballToArrowKeys(boolean setMap) {
checkThread();
mProvider.setMapTrackballToArrowKeys(setMap);
}
public void flingScroll(int vx, int vy) {
checkThread();
mProvider.flingScroll(vx, vy);
}
/**
* Gets the zoom controls for this WebView, as a separate View. The caller
* is responsible for inserting this View into the layout hierarchy.
* <p/>
* API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#CUPCAKE} introduced
* built-in zoom mechanisms for the WebView, as opposed to these separate
* zoom controls. The built-in mechanisms are preferred and can be enabled
* using {@link WebSettings#setBuiltInZoomControls}.
*
* @deprecated the built-in zoom mechanisms are preferred
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public View getZoomControls() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.getZoomControls();
}
/**
* Gets whether this WebView can be zoomed in.
*
* @return {@code true} if this WebView can be zoomed in
*
* @deprecated This method is prone to inaccuracy due to race conditions
* between the web rendering and UI threads; prefer
* {@link WebViewClient#onScaleChanged}.
*/
@Deprecated
public boolean canZoomIn() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.canZoomIn();
}
/**
* Gets whether this WebView can be zoomed out.
*
* @return {@code true} if this WebView can be zoomed out
*
* @deprecated This method is prone to inaccuracy due to race conditions
* between the web rendering and UI threads; prefer
* {@link WebViewClient#onScaleChanged}.
*/
@Deprecated
public boolean canZoomOut() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.canZoomOut();
}
/**
* Performs a zoom operation in this WebView.
*
* @param zoomFactor the zoom factor to apply. The zoom factor will be clamped to the WebView's
* zoom limits. This value must be in the range 0.01 to 100.0 inclusive.
*/
public void zoomBy(float zoomFactor) {
checkThread();
if (zoomFactor < 0.01)
throw new IllegalArgumentException("zoomFactor must be greater than 0.01.");
if (zoomFactor > 100.0)
throw new IllegalArgumentException("zoomFactor must be less than 100.");
mProvider.zoomBy(zoomFactor);
}
/**
* Performs zoom in in this WebView.
*
* @return {@code true} if zoom in succeeds, {@code false} if no zoom changes
*/
public boolean zoomIn() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.zoomIn();
}
/**
* Performs zoom out in this WebView.
*
* @return {@code true} if zoom out succeeds, {@code false} if no zoom changes
*/
public boolean zoomOut() {
checkThread();
return mProvider.zoomOut();
}
/**
* @deprecated This method is now obsolete.
* @hide Since API level {@link android.os.Build.VERSION_CODES#JELLY_BEAN_MR1}
*/
@Deprecated
@UnsupportedAppUsage
public void debugDump() {
checkThread();
}
/**
* See {@link ViewDebug.HierarchyHandler#dumpViewHierarchyWithProperties(BufferedWriter, int)}
* @hide
*/
@Override
public void dumpViewHierarchyWithProperties(BufferedWriter out, int level) {
mProvider.dumpViewHierarchyWithProperties(out, level);
}
/**
* See {@link ViewDebug.HierarchyHandler#findHierarchyView(String, int)}
* @hide
*/
@Override
public View findHierarchyView(String className, int hashCode) {
return mProvider.findHierarchyView(className, hashCode);
}
/** @hide */
@IntDef(prefix = { "RENDERER_PRIORITY_" }, value = {
RENDERER_PRIORITY_WAIVED,
RENDERER_PRIORITY_BOUND,
RENDERER_PRIORITY_IMPORTANT
})
@Retention(RetentionPolicy.SOURCE)
public @interface RendererPriority {}
/**
* The renderer associated with this WebView is bound with
* {@link Context#BIND_WAIVE_PRIORITY}. At this priority level
* {@link WebView} renderers will be strong targets for out of memory
* killing.
*
* Use with {@link #setRendererPriorityPolicy}.
*/
public static final int RENDERER_PRIORITY_WAIVED = 0;
/**
* The renderer associated with this WebView is bound with
* the default priority for services.
*
* Use with {@link #setRendererPriorityPolicy}.
*/
public static final int RENDERER_PRIORITY_BOUND = 1;
/**
* The renderer associated with this WebView is bound with
* {@link Context#BIND_IMPORTANT}.
*
* Use with {@link #setRendererPriorityPolicy}.
*/
public static final int RENDERER_PRIORITY_IMPORTANT = 2;
/**
* Set the renderer priority policy for this {@link WebView}. The
* priority policy will be used to determine whether an out of
* process renderer should be considered to be a target for OOM
* killing.
*
* Because a renderer can be associated with more than one
* WebView, the final priority it is computed as the maximum of
* any attached WebViews. When a WebView is destroyed it will
* cease to be considerered when calculating the renderer
* priority. Once no WebViews remain associated with the renderer,
* the priority of the renderer will be reduced to
* {@link #RENDERER_PRIORITY_WAIVED}.
*
* The default policy is to set the priority to
* {@link #RENDERER_PRIORITY_IMPORTANT} regardless of visibility,
* and this should not be changed unless the caller also handles
* renderer crashes with
* {@link WebViewClient#onRenderProcessGone}. Any other setting
* will result in WebView renderers being killed by the system
* more aggressively than the application.
*
* @param rendererRequestedPriority the minimum priority at which
* this WebView desires the renderer process to be bound.
* @param waivedWhenNotVisible if {@code true}, this flag specifies that
* when this WebView is not visible, it will be treated as
* if it had requested a priority of
* {@link #RENDERER_PRIORITY_WAIVED}.
*/
public void setRendererPriorityPolicy(
@RendererPriority int rendererRequestedPriority,
boolean waivedWhenNotVisible) {
mProvider.setRendererPriorityPolicy(rendererRequestedPriority, waivedWhenNotVisible);
}
/**
* Get the requested renderer priority for this WebView.
*
* @return the requested renderer priority policy.
*/
@RendererPriority
public int getRendererRequestedPriority() {
return mProvider.getRendererRequestedPriority();
}
/**
* Return whether this WebView requests a priority of
* {@link #RENDERER_PRIORITY_WAIVED} when not visible.
*
* @return whether this WebView requests a priority of
* {@link #RENDERER_PRIORITY_WAIVED} when not visible.
*/
public boolean getRendererPriorityWaivedWhenNotVisible() {
return mProvider.getRendererPriorityWaivedWhenNotVisible();
}
/**
* Sets the {@link TextClassifier} for this WebView.
*/
public void setTextClassifier(@Nullable TextClassifier textClassifier) {
mProvider.setTextClassifier(textClassifier);
}
/**
* Returns the {@link TextClassifier} used by this WebView.
* If no TextClassifier has been set, this WebView uses the default set by the system.
*/
@NonNull
public TextClassifier getTextClassifier() {
return mProvider.getTextClassifier();
}
/**
* Returns the {@link ClassLoader} used to load internal WebView classes.
* This method is meant for use by the WebView Support Library, there is no reason to use this
* method otherwise.
*/
@NonNull
public static ClassLoader getWebViewClassLoader() {
return getFactory().getWebViewClassLoader();
}
/**
* Returns the {@link Looper} corresponding to the thread on which WebView calls must be made.
*/
@NonNull
public Looper getWebViewLooper() {
return mWebViewThread;
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Interface for WebView providers
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
/**
* Gets the WebViewProvider. Used by providers to obtain the underlying
* implementation, e.g. when the application responds to
* WebViewClient.onCreateWindow() request.
*
* @hide WebViewProvider is not public API.
*/
@SystemApi
public WebViewProvider getWebViewProvider() {
return mProvider;
}
/**
* Callback interface, allows the provider implementation to access non-public methods
* and fields, and make super-class calls in this WebView instance.
* @hide Only for use by WebViewProvider implementations
*/
@SystemApi
public class PrivateAccess {
// ---- Access to super-class methods ----
public int super_getScrollBarStyle() {
return WebView.super.getScrollBarStyle();
}
public void super_scrollTo(int scrollX, int scrollY) {
WebView.super.scrollTo(scrollX, scrollY);
}
public void super_computeScroll() {
WebView.super.computeScroll();
}
public boolean super_onHoverEvent(MotionEvent event) {
return WebView.super.onHoverEvent(event);
}
public boolean super_performAccessibilityAction(int action, Bundle arguments) {
return WebView.super.performAccessibilityActionInternal(action, arguments);
}
public boolean super_performLongClick() {
return WebView.super.performLongClick();
}
public boolean super_setFrame(int left, int top, int right, int bottom) {
return WebView.super.setFrame(left, top, right, bottom);
}
public boolean super_dispatchKeyEvent(KeyEvent event) {
return WebView.super.dispatchKeyEvent(event);
}
public boolean super_onGenericMotionEvent(MotionEvent event) {
return WebView.super.onGenericMotionEvent(event);
}
public boolean super_requestFocus(int direction, Rect previouslyFocusedRect) {
return WebView.super.requestFocus(direction, previouslyFocusedRect);
}
public void super_setLayoutParams(ViewGroup.LayoutParams params) {
WebView.super.setLayoutParams(params);
}
public void super_startActivityForResult(Intent intent, int requestCode) {
WebView.super.startActivityForResult(intent, requestCode);
}
// ---- Access to non-public methods ----
public void overScrollBy(int deltaX, int deltaY,
int scrollX, int scrollY,
int scrollRangeX, int scrollRangeY,
int maxOverScrollX, int maxOverScrollY,
boolean isTouchEvent) {
WebView.this.overScrollBy(deltaX, deltaY, scrollX, scrollY, scrollRangeX, scrollRangeY,
maxOverScrollX, maxOverScrollY, isTouchEvent);
}
public void awakenScrollBars(int duration) {
WebView.this.awakenScrollBars(duration);
}
public void awakenScrollBars(int duration, boolean invalidate) {
WebView.this.awakenScrollBars(duration, invalidate);
}
public float getVerticalScrollFactor() {
return WebView.this.getVerticalScrollFactor();
}
public float getHorizontalScrollFactor() {
return WebView.this.getHorizontalScrollFactor();
}
public void setMeasuredDimension(int measuredWidth, int measuredHeight) {
WebView.this.setMeasuredDimension(measuredWidth, measuredHeight);
}
public void onScrollChanged(int l, int t, int oldl, int oldt) {
WebView.this.onScrollChanged(l, t, oldl, oldt);
}
public int getHorizontalScrollbarHeight() {
return WebView.this.getHorizontalScrollbarHeight();
}
public void super_onDrawVerticalScrollBar(Canvas canvas, Drawable scrollBar,
int l, int t, int r, int b) {
WebView.super.onDrawVerticalScrollBar(canvas, scrollBar, l, t, r, b);
}
// ---- Access to (non-public) fields ----
/** Raw setter for the scroll X value, without invoking onScrollChanged handlers etc. */
public void setScrollXRaw(int scrollX) {
WebView.this.mScrollX = scrollX;
}
/** Raw setter for the scroll Y value, without invoking onScrollChanged handlers etc. */
public void setScrollYRaw(int scrollY) {
WebView.this.mScrollY = scrollY;
}
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Package-private internal stuff
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Only used by android.webkit.FindActionModeCallback.
void setFindDialogFindListener(FindListener listener) {
checkThread();
setupFindListenerIfNeeded();
mFindListener.mFindDialogFindListener = listener;
}
// Only used by android.webkit.FindActionModeCallback.
@UnsupportedAppUsage
void notifyFindDialogDismissed() {
checkThread();
mProvider.notifyFindDialogDismissed();
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Private internal stuff
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
@UnsupportedAppUsage
private WebViewProvider mProvider;
/**
* In addition to the FindListener that the user may set via the WebView.setFindListener
* API, FindActionModeCallback will register it's own FindListener. We keep them separate
* via this class so that the two FindListeners can potentially exist at once.
*/
private class FindListenerDistributor implements FindListener {
private FindListener mFindDialogFindListener;
private FindListener mUserFindListener;
@Override
public void onFindResultReceived(int activeMatchOrdinal, int numberOfMatches,
boolean isDoneCounting) {
if (mFindDialogFindListener != null) {
mFindDialogFindListener.onFindResultReceived(activeMatchOrdinal, numberOfMatches,
isDoneCounting);
}
if (mUserFindListener != null) {
mUserFindListener.onFindResultReceived(activeMatchOrdinal, numberOfMatches,
isDoneCounting);
}
}
}
private FindListenerDistributor mFindListener;
private void setupFindListenerIfNeeded() {
if (mFindListener == null) {
mFindListener = new FindListenerDistributor();
mProvider.setFindListener(mFindListener);
}
}
private void ensureProviderCreated() {
checkThread();
if (mProvider == null) {
// As this can get called during the base class constructor chain, pass the minimum
// number of dependencies here; the rest are deferred to init().
mProvider = getFactory().createWebView(this, new PrivateAccess());
}
}
@UnsupportedAppUsage
private static WebViewFactoryProvider getFactory() {
return WebViewFactory.getProvider();
}
@UnsupportedAppUsage
private final Looper mWebViewThread = Looper.myLooper();
@UnsupportedAppUsage
private void checkThread() {
// Ignore mWebViewThread == null because this can be called during in the super class
// constructor, before this class's own constructor has even started.
if (mWebViewThread != null && Looper.myLooper() != mWebViewThread) {
Throwable throwable = new Throwable(
"A WebView method was called on thread '" +
Thread.currentThread().getName() + "'. " +
"All WebView methods must be called on the same thread. " +
"(Expected Looper " + mWebViewThread + " called on " + Looper.myLooper() +
", FYI main Looper is " + Looper.getMainLooper() + ")");
Log.w(LOGTAG, Log.getStackTraceString(throwable));
StrictMode.onWebViewMethodCalledOnWrongThread(throwable);
if (sEnforceThreadChecking) {
throw new RuntimeException(throwable);
}
}
}
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Override View methods
//-------------------------------------------------------------------------
// TODO: Add a test that enumerates all methods in ViewDelegte & ScrollDelegate, and ensures
// there's a corresponding override (or better, caller) for each of them in here.
@Override
protected void onAttachedToWindow() {
super.onAttachedToWindow();
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onAttachedToWindow();
}
/** @hide */
@Override
protected void onDetachedFromWindowInternal() {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onDetachedFromWindow();
super.onDetachedFromWindowInternal();
}
/** @hide */
@Override
public void onMovedToDisplay(int displayId, Configuration config) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onMovedToDisplay(displayId, config);
}
@Override
public void setLayoutParams(ViewGroup.LayoutParams params) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().setLayoutParams(params);
}
@Override
public void setOverScrollMode(int mode) {
super.setOverScrollMode(mode);
// This method may be called in the constructor chain, before the WebView provider is
// created.
ensureProviderCreated();
mProvider.getViewDelegate().setOverScrollMode(mode);
}
@Override
public void setScrollBarStyle(int style) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().setScrollBarStyle(style);
super.setScrollBarStyle(style);
}
@Override
protected int computeHorizontalScrollRange() {
return mProvider.getScrollDelegate().computeHorizontalScrollRange();
}
@Override
protected int computeHorizontalScrollOffset() {
return mProvider.getScrollDelegate().computeHorizontalScrollOffset();
}
@Override
protected int computeVerticalScrollRange() {
return mProvider.getScrollDelegate().computeVerticalScrollRange();
}
@Override
protected int computeVerticalScrollOffset() {
return mProvider.getScrollDelegate().computeVerticalScrollOffset();
}
@Override
protected int computeVerticalScrollExtent() {
return mProvider.getScrollDelegate().computeVerticalScrollExtent();
}
@Override
public void computeScroll() {
mProvider.getScrollDelegate().computeScroll();
}
@Override
public boolean onHoverEvent(MotionEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onHoverEvent(event);
}
@Override
public boolean onTouchEvent(MotionEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onTouchEvent(event);
}
@Override
public boolean onGenericMotionEvent(MotionEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onGenericMotionEvent(event);
}
@Override
public boolean onTrackballEvent(MotionEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onTrackballEvent(event);
}
@Override
public boolean onKeyDown(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onKeyDown(keyCode, event);
}
@Override
public boolean onKeyUp(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onKeyUp(keyCode, event);
}
@Override
public boolean onKeyMultiple(int keyCode, int repeatCount, KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onKeyMultiple(keyCode, repeatCount, event);
}
/*
TODO: These are not currently implemented in WebViewClassic, but it seems inconsistent not
to be delegating them too.
@Override
public boolean onKeyPreIme(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onKeyPreIme(keyCode, event);
}
@Override
public boolean onKeyLongPress(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onKeyLongPress(keyCode, event);
}
@Override
public boolean onKeyShortcut(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onKeyShortcut(keyCode, event);
}
*/
@Override
public AccessibilityNodeProvider getAccessibilityNodeProvider() {
AccessibilityNodeProvider provider =
mProvider.getViewDelegate().getAccessibilityNodeProvider();
return provider == null ? super.getAccessibilityNodeProvider() : provider;
}
@Deprecated
@Override
public boolean shouldDelayChildPressedState() {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().shouldDelayChildPressedState();
}
@Override
public CharSequence getAccessibilityClassName() {
return WebView.class.getName();
}
@Override
public void onProvideVirtualStructure(ViewStructure structure) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onProvideVirtualStructure(structure);
}
/**
* {@inheritDoc}
*
* <p>The {@link ViewStructure} traditionally represents a {@link View}, while for web pages
* it represent HTML nodes. Hence, it's necessary to "map" the HTML properties in a way that is
* understood by the {@link android.service.autofill.AutofillService} implementations:
*
* <ol>
* <li>Only the HTML nodes inside a {@code FORM} are generated.
* <li>The source of the HTML is set using {@link ViewStructure#setWebDomain(String)} in the
* node representing the WebView.
* <li>If a web page has multiple {@code FORM}s, only the data for the current form is
* represented&mdash;if the user taps a field from another form, then the current autofill
* context is canceled (by calling {@link android.view.autofill.AutofillManager#cancel()} and
* a new context is created for that {@code FORM}.
* <li>Similarly, if the page has {@code IFRAME} nodes, they are not initially represented in
* the view structure until the user taps a field from a {@code FORM} inside the
* {@code IFRAME}, in which case it would be treated the same way as multiple forms described
* above, except that the {@link ViewStructure#setWebDomain(String) web domain} of the
* {@code FORM} contains the {@code src} attribute from the {@code IFRAME} node.
* <li>The W3C autofill field ({@code autocomplete} tag attribute) maps to
* {@link ViewStructure#setAutofillHints(String[])}.
* <li>If the view is editable, the {@link ViewStructure#setAutofillType(int)} and
* {@link ViewStructure#setAutofillValue(AutofillValue)} must be set.
* <li>The {@code placeholder} attribute maps to {@link ViewStructure#setHint(CharSequence)}.
* <li>Other HTML attributes can be represented through
* {@link ViewStructure#setHtmlInfo(android.view.ViewStructure.HtmlInfo)}.
* </ol>
*
* <p>If the WebView implementation can determine that the value of a field was set statically
* (for example, not through Javascript), it should also call
* {@code structure.setDataIsSensitive(false)}.
*
* <p>For example, an HTML form with 2 fields for username and password:
*
* <pre class="prettyprint">
* &lt;label&gt;Username:&lt;/label&gt;
* &lt;input type="text" name="username" id="user" value="Type your username" autocomplete="username" placeholder="Email or username"&gt;
* &lt;label&gt;Password:&lt;/label&gt;
* &lt;input type="password" name="password" id="pass" autocomplete="current-password" placeholder="Password"&gt;
* </pre>
*
* <p>Would map to:
*
* <pre class="prettyprint">
* int index = structure.addChildCount(2);
* ViewStructure username = structure.newChild(index);
* username.setAutofillId(structure.getAutofillId(), 1); // id 1 - first child
* username.setAutofillHints("username");
* username.setHtmlInfo(username.newHtmlInfoBuilder("input")
* .addAttribute("type", "text")
* .addAttribute("name", "username")
* .addAttribute("label", "Username:")
* .build());
* username.setHint("Email or username");
* username.setAutofillType(View.AUTOFILL_TYPE_TEXT);
* username.setAutofillValue(AutofillValue.forText("Type your username"));
* // Value of the field is not sensitive because it was created statically and not changed.
* username.setDataIsSensitive(false);
*
* ViewStructure password = structure.newChild(index + 1);
* username.setAutofillId(structure, 2); // id 2 - second child
* password.setAutofillHints("current-password");
* password.setHtmlInfo(password.newHtmlInfoBuilder("input")
* .addAttribute("type", "password")
* .addAttribute("name", "password")
* .addAttribute("label", "Password:")
* .build());
* password.setHint("Password");
* password.setAutofillType(View.AUTOFILL_TYPE_TEXT);
* </pre>
*/
@Override
public void onProvideAutofillVirtualStructure(ViewStructure structure, int flags) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onProvideAutofillVirtualStructure(structure, flags);
}
@Override
public void autofill(SparseArray<AutofillValue>values) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().autofill(values);
}
@Override
public boolean isVisibleToUserForAutofill(int virtualId) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().isVisibleToUserForAutofill(virtualId);
}
/** @hide */
@Override
public void onInitializeAccessibilityNodeInfoInternal(AccessibilityNodeInfo info) {
super.onInitializeAccessibilityNodeInfoInternal(info);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onInitializeAccessibilityNodeInfo(info);
}
/** @hide */
@Override
public void onInitializeAccessibilityEventInternal(AccessibilityEvent event) {
super.onInitializeAccessibilityEventInternal(event);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onInitializeAccessibilityEvent(event);
}
/** @hide */
@Override
public boolean performAccessibilityActionInternal(int action, Bundle arguments) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().performAccessibilityAction(action, arguments);
}
/** @hide */
@Override
@UnsupportedAppUsage
protected void onDrawVerticalScrollBar(Canvas canvas, Drawable scrollBar,
int l, int t, int r, int b) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onDrawVerticalScrollBar(canvas, scrollBar, l, t, r, b);
}
@Override
protected void onOverScrolled(int scrollX, int scrollY, boolean clampedX, boolean clampedY) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onOverScrolled(scrollX, scrollY, clampedX, clampedY);
}
@Override
protected void onWindowVisibilityChanged(int visibility) {
super.onWindowVisibilityChanged(visibility);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onWindowVisibilityChanged(visibility);
}
@Override
protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onDraw(canvas);
}
@Override
public boolean performLongClick() {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().performLongClick();
}
@Override
protected void onConfigurationChanged(Configuration newConfig) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onConfigurationChanged(newConfig);
}
/**
* Creates a new InputConnection for an InputMethod to interact with the WebView.
* This is similar to {@link View#onCreateInputConnection} but note that WebView
* calls InputConnection methods on a thread other than the UI thread.
* If these methods are overridden, then the overriding methods should respect
* thread restrictions when calling View methods or accessing data.
*/
@Override
public InputConnection onCreateInputConnection(EditorInfo outAttrs) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onCreateInputConnection(outAttrs);
}
@Override
public boolean onDragEvent(DragEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().onDragEvent(event);
}
@Override
protected void onVisibilityChanged(View changedView, int visibility) {
super.onVisibilityChanged(changedView, visibility);
// This method may be called in the constructor chain, before the WebView provider is
// created.
ensureProviderCreated();
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onVisibilityChanged(changedView, visibility);
}
@Override
public void onWindowFocusChanged(boolean hasWindowFocus) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onWindowFocusChanged(hasWindowFocus);
super.onWindowFocusChanged(hasWindowFocus);
}
@Override
protected void onFocusChanged(boolean focused, int direction, Rect previouslyFocusedRect) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onFocusChanged(focused, direction, previouslyFocusedRect);
super.onFocusChanged(focused, direction, previouslyFocusedRect);
}
/** @hide */
@Override
@UnsupportedAppUsage
protected boolean setFrame(int left, int top, int right, int bottom) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().setFrame(left, top, right, bottom);
}
@Override
protected void onSizeChanged(int w, int h, int ow, int oh) {
super.onSizeChanged(w, h, ow, oh);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onSizeChanged(w, h, ow, oh);
}
@Override
protected void onScrollChanged(int l, int t, int oldl, int oldt) {
super.onScrollChanged(l, t, oldl, oldt);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onScrollChanged(l, t, oldl, oldt);
}
@Override
public boolean dispatchKeyEvent(KeyEvent event) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().dispatchKeyEvent(event);
}
@Override
public boolean requestFocus(int direction, Rect previouslyFocusedRect) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().requestFocus(direction, previouslyFocusedRect);
}
@Override
protected void onMeasure(int widthMeasureSpec, int heightMeasureSpec) {
super.onMeasure(widthMeasureSpec, heightMeasureSpec);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().onMeasure(widthMeasureSpec, heightMeasureSpec);
}
@Override
public boolean requestChildRectangleOnScreen(View child, Rect rect, boolean immediate) {
return mProvider.getViewDelegate().requestChildRectangleOnScreen(child, rect, immediate);
}
@Override
public void setBackgroundColor(int color) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().setBackgroundColor(color);
}
@Override
public void setLayerType(int layerType, Paint paint) {
super.setLayerType(layerType, paint);
mProvider.getViewDelegate().setLayerType(layerType, paint);
}
@Override
protected void dispatchDraw(Canvas canvas) {
mProvider.getViewDelegate().preDispatchDraw(canvas);
super.dispatchDraw(canvas);
}