Package com.parse

Interface LocationCallback

  • public interface LocationCallback
    A LocationCallback is used to run code after a Location has been fetched by com.parse.ParseGeoPoint#getCurrentLocationInBackground(long, android.location.Criteria).

    The easiest way to use a LocationCallback is through an anonymous inner class. Override the done function to specify what the callback should do after the location has been fetched. The done function will be run in the UI thread, while the location check happens in a background thread. This ensures that the UI does not freeze while the fetch happens.

    For example, this sample code defines a timeout for fetching the user's current location, and provides a callback. Within the callback, the success and failure cases are handled differently.

     ParseGeoPoint.getCurrentLocationAsync(1000, new LocationCallback() {
       public void done(ParseGeoPoint geoPoint, ParseException e) {
         if (e == null) {
           // do something with your new ParseGeoPoint
         } else {
           // handle your error
    • Method Detail

      • done

        void done​(ParseGeoPoint geoPoint,
                  ParseException e)
        Override this function with the code you want to run after the location fetch is complete.
        geoPoint - The ParseGeoPoint returned by the location fetch.
        e - The exception raised by the location fetch, or null if it succeeded.