|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns a UnitTransformation for the given type.
Transforms the given resource and returns the transformed resource.
Adds all uniquely identifying information to the given digest.
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
@NonNull public static <T> UnitTransformation<T> get()
T- The type of the resource to be transformed.
@NonNull public Resource<T> transform(@NonNull android.content.Context context, @NonNull Resource<T> resource, int outWidth, int outHeight)
If the original resource object is not returned, the original resource will be recycled and it's internal resources may be reused. This means it is not safe to rely on the original resource or any internal state of the original resource in any new resource that is created. Usually this shouldn't occur, but if absolutely necessary either the original resource object can be returned with modified internal state, or the data in the original resource can be copied into the transformed resource.
If a Transformation is updated,
Key.updateDiskCacheKey(java.security.MessageDigest) should all change. If you're using a simple
String key an easy way to do this is to append a version number to your key. Failing to do so
will mean users may see images loaded from cache that had the old version of the Transformation
applied. Changing the return values of those methods will ensure that the cache key has changed
and therefore that any cached resources will be re-generated using the updated Transformation.
During development you may need to either using
DiskCacheStrategy.NONE or make sure
Key.updateDiskCacheKey(java.security.MessageDigest) changes each time you make a change to the
Transformation. Otherwise the resource you request may be loaded from disk cache and your
Transformation may not be called.
context- The Application context
resource- The resource to transform.
outWidth- The width of the view or target the resource will be displayed in, or
Target.SIZE_ORIGINALto indicate the original resource width.
outHeight- The height of the view or target the resource will be displayed in, or
Target.SIZE_ORIGINALto indicate the original resource height.
public void updateDiskCacheKey(@NonNull java.security.MessageDigest messageDigest)
Note - Using
MessageDigest.reset() inside of this method will result
in undefined behavior.