Android Open Source - Post Detail Activity

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import android.content.Intent;
import android.os.Bundle;

 * An activity representing a single Post detail screen. This activity is only used on handset devices. On tablet-size
 * devices, item details are presented side-by-side with a list of items in a {@link PostListActivity}.
 * <p>
 * This activity is mostly just a 'shell' activity containing nothing more than a {@link PostDetailFragment}.
public class PostDetailActivity extends BaseFragmentActivity {

    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

        // Show the Up button in the action bar.

        // savedInstanceState is non-null when there is fragment state
        // saved from previous configurations of this activity
        // (e.g. when rotating the screen from portrait to landscape).
        // In this case, the fragment will automatically be re-added
        // to its container so we don't need to manually add it.
        // For more information, see the Fragments API guide at:
        if (savedInstanceState == null) {
            // Create the detail fragment and add it to the activity
            // using a fragment transaction.
            Bundle arguments = new Bundle();
                    .putInt(PostDetailFragment.ARG_ITEM_ID, getIntent().getIntExtra(PostDetailFragment.ARG_ITEM_ID, 0));
            PostDetailFragment fragment = new PostDetailFragment();
            getSupportFragmentManager().beginTransaction().add(, fragment).commit();

    public boolean onOptionsItemSelected(com.actionbarsherlock.view.MenuItem item) {
        switch (item.getItemId()) {
            // This ID represents the Home or Up button. In the case of this
            // activity, the Up button is shown. Use NavUtils to allow users
            // to navigate up one level in the application structure. For
            // more details, see the Navigation pattern on Android Design:
            NavUtils.navigateUpTo(this, new Intent(this, PostListActivity.class));
            return true;
        return super.onOptionsItemSelected(item);

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