Builder of intents to view
stored in Google Fit. This intent can be used when the application wants to display a more
detailed view of a particular session. Apps that can display sessions (such as the app that
inserted the session) can register for the given intent.
If the application which inserted the session is installed on the device, it'll be
preferred to handle the intent. This behavior can be overridden by
The session view intent has the following attributes:
- action is set to
- type is
Session.MIME_TYPE_PREFIXfollowed by the activity for the session. For example,
vnd.google.fitness.session/runningwould represent a running session.
- extras containing the session
An application that would like to handle Session view intents should create an activity and add an intent filter to its manifest file. Here's an example of an activity that can display biking and running sessions:
<activity android:name=".ViewSessionActivity" android:exported="true"> <intent-filter> <action android:name="vnd.google.fitness.VIEW" /> <data android:mimeType="vnd.google.fitness.session/biking" /> <data android:mimeType="vnd.google.fitness.session/running" /> </intent-filter> </activity>In addition, if the application is able to show sessions from other apps, it can add the
Intent.CATEGORY_DEFAULTto the intent filter, as follows:
<category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" />
Public Constructor Summary
Public Method Summary
Inherited Method Summary
public ViewIntentBuilder (Context context)
public Intent build ()
public SessionsApi.ViewIntentBuilder setPreferredApplication (String packageName)
Sets a preferred application to use for this intent. If the given app is installed and able to handle this intent, an explicit intent will be returned.
By default, the intent will attempt to use the application which inserted the session. Use this method only to override that behavior.
|packageName||The package name for the application to prefer for the intent, or
- This builder, for chaining.