This method can be invoked from outside of the UI thread only when this View is attached to a window.Change the indeterminate mode for this progress bar.
This is used to fill in Hook allowing a view to generate a representation of its internal state that can later be used to create a new instance with that same state.
This state should only contain information that is not persistent or can not be reconstructed later.
An optional argument to supply a maximum width for this view. May be a dimension value, which is a floating point number appended with a unit such as "".
Available units are: px (pixels), dp (density-independent pixels), sp (scaled pixels based on preferred font size), in (inches), and mm (millimeters). May be an integer value, such as " Defines the secondary progress value, between 0 and max.
May be an integer value, such as " Return the class name of this object to be used for accessibility purposes.
Subclasses should only override this if they are implementing something that should be seen as a completely new class of view when used by accessibility, unrelated to the class it is deriving from.For example, you will never store your current position on screen because that will be computed again when a new instance of the view is placed in its view hierarchy.Some examples of things you may store here: the current cursor position in a text view (but usually not the text itself since that is stored in a content provider or other persistent storage), the currently selected item in a list view.For a visual overview of the difference between determinate and indeterminate progress modes, see Progress & activity.Display progress bars to a user in a non-interruptive way.A user interface element that indicates the progress of an operation.