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Background work with JobScheduler (Android Development Patterns S3 Ep 12)

Background work with JobScheduler (Android Development Patterns S3 Ep 12)

18 comments on “Background work with JobScheduler (Android Development Patterns S3 Ep 12)

  1. Why bother putting on lipstick and getting your hair done when you are a fat disgusting pig? Start working out and stop being disgusting.

  2. JobScheduler seems really useful to create battery optimized background jobs. However there doesn't seem to be a compat version for pre-API 21. Any possibility this will come to the Android Support v4 library in a future revision?

  3. Should probably mention on android N, setPeriodic(long intervalMillis) only works for 15 minutes or above. Google, give me a job please. 🙂

  4. in Nougat version not working, setMinimumLatency it call only one but setPeriodic call every minutes

  5. thanks !! is it possible to change constraints after launch scheduling process ? for example, sync whith shared pref data

  6. I want to give users the privilege to start and stop scheduling. eg: he/she might want to start scheduling at 10 am and stop it at 10 pm. How can I do that? This is the exact question in the stackoverflow what I want to do but no answer here. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48580202/start-and-stop-job-scheduling

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