AppListManager (Android Library) v2.1.0 Release Notes

Release Date: 2018-11-09 // almost 3 years ago
    • ➕ Added a new generic type object to AppData (variable called object). It is an additional variable that you can use for your own needs. If you need multiple variables, create a new wrapper object (new type) to hold those variables. Can be used with getObject() and setObject(Object), where Object is any type.

Previous changes from v2.0.0

  • NOTE: This version introduces backwards incompatible changes. Follow the steps below on how to solve issues.

    • ➕ Added ability to filter by application permissions:
      • All getSome... methods now require two additional parameters - String[] (which contains permissions), and Boolean (which tells whether to look for applications that contain at least one of the given permissions or not).
      • All listeners (except for sortListener) - activityListener, appListener, newActivityListener, newAppListener, uninstalledActivityListener, uninstalledAppListener - now receive two additional parameters (look the point above). If not applicable, then they are null and false.
      • AppData object now holds application permissions (if you are working with activity lists, this field still contains application permissions) that can be accessed with getPermissions() and setPermissions(...).
      • checkApplicationPermissions method which allows checking whether a single AppData object contains (or does not contain) at least one of the given permissions.

    For more information read README.md.