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package ${packageName};
import android.content.Intent;
import android.os.Bundle;
import <#if appCompat>android.support.v4.app.FragmentActivity<#else>android.app.Activity</#if>;
<#if (parentActivityClass != "" && minApiLevel lt 16)>import android.support.v4.app.NavUtils;</#if>
<#if parentActivityClass != "">import android.view.MenuItem;</#if>
<#if applicationPackage??>
import ${applicationPackage}.R;
</#if>
/**
* An activity representing a list of ${objectKindPlural}. This activity
* has different presentations for handset and tablet-size devices. On
* handsets, the activity presents a list of items, which when touched,
* lead to a {@link ${DetailName}Activity} representing
* item details. On tablets, the activity presents the list of items and
* item details side-by-side using two vertical panes.
* <p>
* The activity makes heavy use of fragments. The list of items is a
* {@link ${CollectionName}Fragment} and the item details
* (if present) is a {@link ${DetailName}Fragment}.
* <p>
* This activity also implements the required
* {@link ${CollectionName}Fragment.Callbacks} interface
* to listen for item selections.
*/
public class ${CollectionName}Activity extends ${(appCompat)?string('Fragment','')}Activity
implements ${CollectionName}Fragment.Callbacks {
/**
* Whether or not the activity is in two-pane mode, i.e. running on a tablet
* device.
*/
private boolean mTwoPane;
@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setContentView(R.layout.activity_${collection_name});
<#if parentActivityClass != "">
// Show the Up button in the action bar.
get${Support}ActionBar().setDisplayHomeAsUpEnabled(true);
</#if>
if (findViewById(R.id.${detail_name}_container) != null) {
// The detail container view will be present only in the
// large-screen layouts (res/values-large and
// res/values-sw600dp). If this view is present, then the
// activity should be in two-pane mode.
mTwoPane = true;
// In two-pane mode, list items should be given the
// 'activated' state when touched.
((${CollectionName}Fragment) get${Support}FragmentManager()
.findFragmentById(R.id.${collection_name}))
.setActivateOnItemClick(true);
}
// TODO: If exposing deep links into your app, handle intents here.
}
<#if parentActivityClass != "">
@Override
public boolean onOptionsItemSelected(MenuItem item) {
int id = item.getItemId();
if (id == android.R.id.home) {
// This ID represents the Home or Up button. In the case of this
// activity, the Up button is shown. Use NavUtils to allow users
// to navigate up one level in the application structure. For
// more details, see the Navigation pattern on Android Design:
//
// http://developer.android.com/design/patterns/navigation.html#up-vs-back
//
${(minApiLevel lt 16)?string('NavUtils.','')}navigateUpFromSameTask(this);
return true;
}
return super.onOptionsItemSelected(item);
}
</#if>
/**
* Callback method from {@link ${CollectionName}Fragment.Callbacks}
* indicating that the item with the given ID was selected.
*/
@Override
public void onItemSelected(String id) {
if (mTwoPane) {
// In two-pane mode, show the detail view in this activity by
// adding or replacing the detail fragment using a
// fragment transaction.
Bundle arguments = new Bundle();
arguments.putString(${DetailName}Fragment.ARG_ITEM_ID, id);
${DetailName}Fragment fragment = new ${DetailName}Fragment();
fragment.setArguments(arguments);
get${Support}FragmentManager().beginTransaction()
.replace(R.id.${detail_name}_container, fragment)
.commit();
} else {
// In single-pane mode, simply start the detail activity
// for the selected item ID.
Intent detailIntent = new Intent(this, ${DetailName}Activity.class);
detailIntent.putExtra(${DetailName}Fragment.ARG_ITEM_ID, id);
startActivity(detailIntent);
}
}
}