What are some measures you can take to avoid ANR?
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- January 15, 2019 at 11:57 am #51967
The dreaded ANR (Application Not Responding) message seems to the user when an Android application remains unresponsive for a long period of time. ANR is typically generated when the app performs too much on the main thread. To avoid ANR, the app should perform a lengthy database or networking operations in separate threads. For background task-intensive apps, you can relieve pressure from the UI thread by using the IntentService. In general, it helps continuously define time-outs for all your web service calls and to remain ever vigilant for infinite loops in complex calculations.
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