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The Difference between onCreateView and onViewCreated in Fragment

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What's the essential difference between these two methods? When I create a TextView, should I use one over the other for performance?

Edit: What's the difference from

onCreateView() {
  root = some view
  View v = new View(some context);
  root.add(v);
  return root;
}


onViewCreated() {
  View v = new View(some context);
  getView().add(v);
}


Fragment的生命周期,我相信了解过的开发人员都应该把以下方法脱口而出:onAttach, onCreate, onCreateView, onViewCreated, onActivityCreated, onStart, onResume, onPause, onStop, onDestroyView, onDestroy, onDetach.

What's the essential difference between these two methods? When I create a TextView, should I use one over the other for performance?

Edit: What's the difference from

onCreateView() {
  root = some view
  View v = new View(some context);
  root.add(v);
  return root;
}


onViewCreated() {
  View v = new View(some context);
  getView().add(v);
}



 

What's the essential difference between these two methods? When I create a TextView, should I use one over the other for performance?

Edit: What's the difference from

onCreateView() {
  root = some view
  View v = new View(some context);
  root.add(v);
  return root;
}


onViewCreated() {
  View v = new View(some context);
  getView().add(v);
}


What's the essential difference between these two methods? When I create a TextView, should I use one over the other for performance?

Edit: What's the difference from

onCreateView() {
  root = some view
  View v = new View(some context);
  root.add(v);
  return root;
}


onViewCreated() {
  View v = new View(some context);
  getView().add(v);
}

onViewCreated is called immediately after onCreateView (the method you initialize and create all your objects, including your TextView), so it's not a matter of performance.


What's the essential difference between these two methods? When I create a TextView, should I use one over the other for performance?

Edit: What's the difference from

onCreateView() {
  root = some view
  View v = new View(some context);
  root.add(v);
  return root;
}


onViewCreated() {
  View v = new View(some context);
  getView().add(v);
}

onViewCreated(View view, Bundle savedInstanceState)

Called immediately after onCreateView(LayoutInflater, ViewGroup, Bundle) has returned, but before any saved state has been restored in to the view. This gives subclasses a chance to initialize themselves once they know their view hierarchy has been completely created. The fragment's view hierarchy is not however attached to its parent at this point.



What's the essential difference between these two methods? When I create a TextView, should I use one over the other for performance?

Edit: What's the difference from

onCreateView() {
  root = some view
  View v = new View(some context);
  root.add(v);
  return root;
}


onViewCreated() {
  View v = new View(some context);
  getView().add(v);
}
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