comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Hitendrasinh Gohil » Thu, 19 May 2011 14:38:16 GMT


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 hi,

I have just found one google doc for ANR.i am using thread class to
retrieve data from server.and displaying it to app.

so i just want to that whether i should use Thread or should forget
the Thread because android is providing Asynctask.

can anyone elaborate this,pls?

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Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Miguel Morales » Thu, 19 May 2011 14:46:42 GMT


 The only difference is that AsyncTask uses a thread pool to do its work.  If
you use a thread, you will have a slight overhead of creating and starting
the thread.  However, they both work relatively the same.

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Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Saurav » Thu, 19 May 2011 14:51:48 GMT


 In my experience, (I have used both), you need to create a Hander object to
change something from the procedure that is running inside your Thread.

Whereas, if you use the AsycTask, there will be call backs to do UI
updations... I also agree with Miguel Morales.




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Saurav Mukherjee.


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Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Hitendrasinh Gohil » Thu, 19 May 2011 14:55:28 GMT


 hi,

i have read this from google doc,"ANR"(Application not responding) happens
when ,

I)main thread("event thread"/"ui thread") doesnt respond to input events in
5 sec
ii)broadcast receiver doesnt finish in 10 seconds.


in my application flow is like

classA >thread>callback to classA with data>from classA activity is called

which is called the main thread in above scenario?
in this case what happens?




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Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Miguel Morales » Thu, 19 May 2011 15:02:58 GMT


 Have you read:
 http://developer.android.com/resources/articles/painless-threading.html ? 

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Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Ali Chousein » Thu, 19 May 2011 15:09:04 GMT


 Keep in mind that Asynctask is provided for finite tasks. If you need
to have a thread which should run forever, don't use Asynctask, but
use Thread.

-Ali

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Re: Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Hitendrasinh Gohil » Thu, 19 May 2011 20:25:43 GMT


 hi,

i am using thread to retrieve string data from server and asynctask to
download files(avg 7 to 8mb) from server.so is it okay in this case.


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Re: comparison of Thread vs Asynctask in android?

by Ali Chousein » Fri, 20 May 2011 13:36:06 GMT


 Using Asynctask to download files is fine I think (given that you
handle correctly the error cases; e.g. target server might be down etc
etc).


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