android task与back stack 开发文档翻译 - 1



android task与back stack 开发文档翻译 - 1

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Task和Back Stack

An application usually contains multiple activities. 

Each activity should be designed around a specific kind of action the user can perform and can start other activities. 

For example, an email application might have one activity to show a list of new email. 

When the user selects an email, a new activity opens to view that email.





An activity can even start activities that exist in other applications on the device. 

For example, if your application wants to send an email, you can define an intent to perform a "send" action and include some data, such as an email address and a message. 

An activity from another application that declares itself to handle this kind of intent then opens. 

In this case, the intent is to send an email, so an email application's "compose" activity starts (if multiple activities support the same intent, then the system lets the user select which one to use). 

When the email is sent, your activity resumes and it seems as if the email activity was part of your application. 

Even though the activities may be from different applications, Android maintains this seamless user experience by keeping both activities in the same task.




这个例子中,intent用来发送邮件,所以一个邮件程序的"compose" activity会启动(如果多个activity都支持这个intent,那么系统会让用户选择使用哪一个)



A task is a collection of activities that users interact with when performing a certain job. 

The activities are arranged in a stack (the "back stack"), in the order in which each activity is opened.


这些activity按着被打开的顺序被整理到一个stack中(back stack)

The device Home screen is the starting place for most tasks. 

When the user touches an icon in the application launcher (or a shortcut on the Home screen), that application's task comes to the foreground. 

If no task exists for the application (the application has not been used recently), then a new task is created and the "main" activity for that application opens as the root activity in the stack.




When the current activity starts another, the new activity is pushed on the top of the stack and takes focus. 

The previous activity remains in the stack, but is stopped. 

When an activity stops, the system retains the current state of its user interface. 

When the user presses the Back button, the current activity is popped from the top of the stack (the activity is destroyed) and the previous activity resumes (the previous state of its UI is restored). 

Activities in the stack are never rearranged, only pushed and popped from the stack—pushed onto the stack when started by the current activity and popped off when the user leaves it using the Back button. 

As such, the back stack operates as a "last in, first out" object structure. 

Figure 1 visualizes this behavior with a timeline showing the progress between activities along with the current back stack at each point in time.





stack中的activity绝不会重新排列,在stack中只有压入和弹出 —— 当被当前的activity启动时压入stack,当用户使用back键离开它时弹出。

就其本身而言,back stack操作是像“后进先出”的对象结构一样

下图通过程序在多个activity之间连同当前的back stack适时地在每一个点的时间线展示了这种行为。

Figure 1. A representation of how each new activity in a task adds an item to the back stack. 

When the user presses the Back button, the current activity is destroyed and the previous activity resumes.

上图为task中每一个新activity如何向添加一个条目到back stack的展示。


If the user continues to press Back, then each activity in the stack is popped off to reveal the previous one, until the user returns to the Home screen (or to whichever activity was running when the task began). 

When all activities are removed from the stack, the task no longer exists.



A task is a cohesive unit that can move to the "background" when users begin a new task or go to the Home screen, via the Home button. 

While in the background, all the activities in the task are stopped, but the back stack for the task remains intact—the task has simply lost focus while another task takes place, as shown in figure 2. 

A task can then return to the "foreground" so users can pick up where they left off. 

Suppose, for example, that the current task (Task A) has three activities in its stack—two under the current activity. 

The user presses the Home button, then starts a new application from the application launcher. 

When the Home screen appears, Task A goes into the background. 

When the new application starts, the system starts a task for that application (Task B) with its own stack of activities. 

After interacting with that application, the user returns Home again and selects the application that originally started Task A. 

Now, Task A comes to the foreground—all three activities in its stack are intact and the activity at the top of the stack resumes. 

At this point, the user can also switch back to Task B by going Home and selecting the application icon that started that task (or by touching and holding the Home button to reveal recent tasks and selecting one). 

This is an example of multitasking on Android.


当在后台时,task中所有的activity都是stopped状态,但是task的back stack保持完整,当另一个task占据位置时之前的task只是简单的失去焦点,如上图所示。


假设:例如当前的task(task A)在他的stack中有3个activity,其中两个在当前activity下面。



当新的应用开启时,系统为这个新应用用它自己activity的stack开启一个task(Task B)

与新应用交互完成之后,用户返回Home然后选择启动task A的原始应用。

现在,Task A来到前台,stack中的3个activity原封不动没有改变,stack最顶部的activity重新开始。

这时候,用户可以通过去Home选择启动Task B的应用图标转换回到Task B(或者通过长按Home键显示出最近的task,然后选择)


Note: Multiple tasks can be held in the background at once. 

However, if the user is running many background tasks at the same time, the system might begin destroying background activities in order to recover memory, causing the activity states to be lost. 

See the following section about Activity state.



Because the activities in the back stack are never rearranged, if your application allows users to start a particular activity from more than one activity, a new instance of that activity is created and pushed onto the stack (rather than bringing any previous instance of the activity to the top). 

As such, one activity in your application might be instantiated multiple times (even from different tasks), as shown in figure 3. 

As such, if the user navigates backward using the Back button, each instance of the activity is revealed in the order they were opened (each with their own UI state). 

However, you can modify this behavior if you do not want an activity to be instantiated more than once. 

How to do so is discussed in the later section about Managing Tasks.

因为back stack中activity绝不会重新排列,如果你的应用允许用户从多于一个的activity打开一个特别的activity,一个新的这个activity实例被建立并且压入stack中(而不是把这个activity之前的任何实例带到stack顶部)





To summarize the default behavior for activities and tasks:


When Activity A starts Activity B, Activity A is stopped, but the system retains its state (such as scroll position and text entered into forms). 

If the user presses the Back button while in Activity B, Activity A resumes with its state restored.

When the user leaves a task by pressing the Home button, the current activity is stopped and its task goes into the background. 

The system retains the state of every activity in the task. 

If the user later resumes the task by selecting the launcher icon that began the task, the task comes to the foreground and resumes the activity at the top of the stack.

If the user presses the Back button, the current activity is popped from the stack and destroyed. 

The previous activity in the stack is resumed. 

When an activity is destroyed, the system does not retain the activity's state.

Activities can be instantiated multiple times, even from other tasks.

当Activity A开启Activity B时,Activity A进入stop状态,但是系统保持Activity自己的状态(比如滚动的位置和文本输入的形式)

在Activity B中如果用户按下back键,Activity A会和它自己的状态一起恢复。









As discussed above, the system's default behavior preserves the state of an activity when it is stopped. 

This way, when users navigate back to a previous activity, its user interface appears the way they left it. 

However, you can—and should—proactively retain the state of your activities using callback methods, in case the activity is destroyed and must be recreated.



不管怎样,你可以也应该有意识的用回调函数保存你activity的状态 ,以防activity被销毁并且必须被重新建立

When the system stops one of your activities (such as when a new activity starts or the task moves to the background), the system might destroy that activity completely if it needs to recover system memory. 

When this happens, information about the activity state is lost. 

If this happens, the system still knows that the activity has a place in the back stack, but when the activity is brought to the top of the stack the system must recreate it (rather than resume it). 

In order to avoid losing the user's work, you should proactively retain it by implementing the onSaveInstanceState() callback methods in your activity.

For more information about how to save your activity state, see the Activities document.



如果发生这种情况,系统仍然知道这个activity在back stack占有一个位置,但是当这个activity被带到stack顶端时,系统必须重新建立它(而不是复用它)。





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