CustomEvent

public interface CustomEvent
Known Indirect Subclasses

A CustomEvent is similar to a MediationAdapter except that it is a completely self-service mechanism for publishers to create their own adapter.

The most common use case for a CustomEvent is to add support for an ad network that doesn't already provide its own MediationAdapter.

There is no reason to implement this interface directly. Instead, custom events should implement CustomEventBanner and CustomEventInterstitial.

Public Method Summary

abstract void
onDestroy()
Tears down the adapter control.
abstract void
onPause()
Called when the application calls pause().
abstract void
onResume()
Called when the application calls resume().

Public Methods

public abstract void onDestroy ()

Tears down the adapter control.

This is called at the end of the custom event's life cycle. The adapter is expected to release any resources and shut down. After this method is called, any subsequent calls to any other method on this adapter may throw an IllegalStateException.

This method is not guaranteed to be called. There are a number of reasons that this method can be skipped, such as a force close of the application.

public abstract void onPause ()

Called when the application calls pause(). The custom event is expected to pause any processing associated with the ad being shown.

public abstract void onResume ()

Called when the application calls resume(). The adapter is expected to resume any processing associated with the ad being shown.

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