Android Bitmap Cache edit

Bitmap Cache

Versions

[{“Name”:“4.0”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“4.0.3”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“4.1”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“4.2”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“4.3”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“4.4”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“4.4W”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“5.0”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“5.1”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“6.0”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“7.0”,“GroupName”:null},{“Name”:“7.1”,“GroupName”:null}]

Introduction

Memory efficient bitmap caching: This is particularly important if your application uses animations as they will be stopped during GC cleanup and make your application appears sluggish to the user. A cache allows reusing objects which are expensive to create. If you load on object into memory, you can think of this as a cache for the object.Working with bitmap in android is tricky.It is more important to cache the bimap if you are going to use it repeatedly.

Syntax

Parameters

| Parameter | Details | | —— | —— | | key | key to store bitmap in memory cache | |bitmap|bitmap value which will cache into memory|

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