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package androidx.credentials
import android.os.Bundle
* Base class for a custom credential with which the user consented to authenticate to the app.
* If you get a [CustomCredential] instead of a type-safe credential class such as
* [PasswordCredential], [PublicKeyCredential], etc., then you should check if
* you have any other library at interest that supports this custom [type] of credential,
* and if so use its parsing utilities to resolve to a type-safe class within that library.
* Note: The Bundle keys for [data] should not be in the form of `androidx.credentials.*` as they
* are reserved for internal use by this androidx library.
* @param type the credential type determined by the credential-type-specific subclass for custom
* use cases
* @param data the credential data in the [Bundle] format for custom use cases (note: bundle keys in
* the form of `androidx.credentials.*` and `android.credentials.*` are reserved for internal
* library usage)
* @throws IllegalArgumentException If [type] is empty
* @throws NullPointerException If [data] or [type] is null
open class CustomCredential(
type: String,
data: Bundle
) : Credential(type, data) {
init {
require(type.isNotEmpty()) { "type should not be empty" }