CN107729098B - User interface display method and device - Google Patents

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CN107729098B
CN107729098B CN201710875171.2A CN201710875171A CN107729098B CN 107729098 B CN107729098 B CN 107729098B CN 201710875171 A CN201710875171 A CN 201710875171A CN 107729098 B CN107729098 B CN 107729098B
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The embodiment of the disclosure provides a user interface display method and a device, wherein the method comprises the following steps: when the triggering operation of a recent task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired; obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the acquired history activated task information of each task; and displaying display images at corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, wherein the display images of at least one application program are at least two. The method and the device solve the problem that when a user needs to check the webpage again, the user interface of the webpage can be opened only by clicking the URL again, and the user interface of the webpage cannot be switched back from the chat user interface directly, and achieve the effect that the user can be quickly switched to different user interfaces in the same application program through the display.

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User interface display method and device
Technical Field
The embodiment of the disclosure relates to the field of man-machines, in particular to a user interface display method and device.
Background
Some applications are provided with built-in browser functionality. For example, the application is an instant chat program, and when a user uses the application, a built-in browser in the application can be used to access a blog webpage or an article webpage of another user.
In the related art, after a user clicks a URL (Uniform Resource Locator), an application program first displays a web page user interface corresponding to the URL; if the application program receives the chat message, when the user needs to check the chat message, the user needs to switch from the webpage user interface to the chat user interface.
However, when the user needs to view the web page again, the user needs to find and click the URL again to open the web page user interface, and the user cannot quickly switch back from the chat user interface to the web page user interface.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to solve the problems of the related art, the embodiments of the present disclosure provide a user interface display method and apparatus. The technical scheme is as follows:
in a first aspect, a method for displaying a user interface is provided, the method comprising:
when the triggering operation of a recent task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired; the history activated task information of each task is obtained by recording the history activated process in each application program;
obtaining a display image corresponding to the process activated by each history according to the acquired history activation task information of each task;
displaying the display images at corresponding respective applications in the recent task interface, the display images for which there is at least one application being at least two.
In an optional embodiment, before acquiring the historical activation task information of each task, the method further includes:
recording different history activated processes in the application program to obtain history activated task information;
and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
and recording different activated user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an optional embodiment, the recording different processes activated in history in the application program to obtain the history activation task information includes:
determining a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process;
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and different process identifiers, generating a second display image of the latest activated user interface;
and recording the second display image, the application program identifier and the process identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an optional embodiment, the method further comprises:
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and process identifier, generating a third display image of the latest activated user interface;
updating the first display map using the third display map.
In an optional embodiment, the recording the activated different user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information includes:
determining a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process;
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier, process identifier and different activity identifiers, generating a fourth display image of the latest activated user interface;
and recording the fourth display image, the application program identifier, the process identifier and the activity identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an optional embodiment, the method further comprises:
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display have the same application program identifier, process identifier and activity identifier, generating a fifth display of the latest activated user interface;
updating the first display map using the fifth display map.
In an optional embodiment, the method further comprises:
receiving a selection signal, wherein the selection signal is used for selecting a target display image in the recent task interface;
displaying the user interface corresponding to the target display image.
In a second aspect, there is provided a user interface display apparatus, the apparatus comprising:
the acquisition module is configured to acquire historical activation task information of each task when the trigger operation of the latest task interface is detected; the history activated task information of each task is obtained by recording the history activated process in each application program;
the determining module is configured to obtain a display image corresponding to the process activated by each history according to the acquired history activation task information of each task;
a display module further configured to display the display diagrams at corresponding respective application programs in the recent task interface, the display diagrams for which there is at least one application program being at least two.
In an optional embodiment, the apparatus further comprises:
the recording module is configured to record different processes of historical activation in the application program to obtain historical activation task information;
and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
the recording module is configured to record different activated user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an alternative embodiment, the recording module is configured to determine a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process; when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and different process identifiers, generating a second display image of the latest activated user interface; and recording the second display image, the application program identifier and the process identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an optional embodiment, the recording module is further configured to generate a third display image of the most recently activated user interface when the most recently activated user interface and the user interface in which the first display image has been cached have the same application identifier and process identifier; updating the first display map using the third display map.
In an alternative embodiment, the recording module is configured to determine a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process; when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier, process identifier and different activity identifiers, generating a fourth display image of the latest activated user interface; caching the fourth display image, the application program identifier, the process identifier and the activity identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an optional embodiment, the recording module is further configured to generate a fifth display image of the most recently activated user interface when the most recently activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application identifier, process identifier and activity identifier; updating the first display map using the fifth display map.
In an optional embodiment, the obtaining module is further configured to receive a selection signal, where the selection signal corresponds to selection of a target display map in the recent task interface;
the display module is further configured to display the user interface corresponding to the target display graph.
According to a third aspect of the present disclosure, there is provided a terminal comprising a processor and a memory, the memory having stored therein at least one instruction, the at least one instruction being loaded and executed by the processor to implement the user interface display method as provided in the first aspect or any one of the optional implementations of the first aspect.
According to a fourth aspect of the present disclosure, there is provided a computer-readable storage medium having stored therein at least one instruction, which is loaded and executed by the processor to implement the user interface display method as provided in the first aspect or any one of the optional implementations of the first aspect.
The technical scheme provided by the embodiment of the disclosure has the beneficial effects that:
acquiring historical activation task information of each task when detecting the triggering operation of a recent task interface; obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the history activated task information of each task; the display graphs are displayed at the corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, and the display graphs of at least one application program are at least two, so that even after a user switches from the webpage user interface to the chat user interface, the user can switch back to the webpage user interface through the display graphs corresponding to the webpage user interface in the latest task interface, the problem that when the user needs to check the webpage again, the user can open the webpage user interface by clicking the URL again and cannot switch back to the webpage user interface from the chat user interface is solved, and the effect that the user can quickly switch to different user interfaces in the same application program through the display graphs in the latest task interface is achieved.
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FIG. 1 is a flow chart of a user interface display method provided by an exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 2 is an interface schematic diagram of a user interface display method provided by an exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure when implemented;
FIG. 3 is a flowchart of a user interface display method provided by another exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 4 is an interface schematic diagram of a user interface display method provided by another exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure when implemented;
FIG. 5 is a flowchart of a user interface display method provided by another exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 6 is a block diagram of a user interface display device provided by one embodiment of the present disclosure;
fig. 7 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
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Reference will now be made in detail to the exemplary embodiments, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. When the following description refers to the accompanying drawings, like numbers in different drawings represent the same or similar elements unless otherwise indicated. The implementations described in the exemplary embodiments below are not intended to represent all implementations consistent with the present disclosure. Rather, they are merely examples of apparatus and methods consistent with certain aspects of the present disclosure, as detailed in the appended claims.
The embodiments of the present disclosure are illustrated by applying a user interface display method to a terminal. The terminal may be a mobile phone, a tablet computer, an e-book reader, an MP3 player (Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer III, motion Picture Experts compression standard Audio Layer 3), an MP4 player (Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer IV, motion Picture Experts compression standard Audio Layer 4), a wearable device, a laptop computer, a desktop computer, and the like. Optionally, an android operating system or other operating systems are installed in the terminal.
First, some terms related to the embodiments of the present disclosure are explained:
android operating system: a Linux-based free and open source operating system, produced by google, usa, is mainly used in mobile devices.
The application program comprises the following steps: application for short, in an android operating system, an application program generally includes at least one program component. The program components are divided into four types: activity (english), Service (english), Content Provider (english) and Broadcast Receiver (english).
Moving: the android application program comprises a component which is responsible for interaction with a user and provides a visual user interface for the android application program. An android application may include zero to multiple activities.
Task: the unit when an application is activated (running) in the terminal. Alternatively, each activity in an application may be considered a task at runtime.
Fig. 1 is a flowchart illustrating a user interface display method according to an exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure. The present embodiment is exemplified by applying the user interface display method to a terminal. The method comprises the following steps:
in step 101, when a trigger operation of a recent task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired;
the trigger operation may be at least one of a click operation, a slide operation, a long press operation, a pressure touch operation, a multi-click operation, a hover touch operation, and a two-finger touch operation.
Optionally, the trigger operation is a trigger signal for triggering display of the latest task interface. The latest task interface is used for displaying a plurality of tasks which are operated recently in the terminal according to the time sequence. Optionally, each task corresponds to an activity, and each task corresponds to a respective user interface.
Optionally, the history activated task information of each task is obtained by recording a history activated process in each application program. Each process is responsible for the display of a user interface and human-computer interaction for one or more activities.
In step 102, obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the acquired history activated task information of each task;
optionally, the display is recorded during historical use of the application in accordance with the activated user interface. The activated user interface refers to a user interface that has been displayed in the foreground according to a user operation. Optionally, the display image is a scaled-down image of the screenshot of the user interface and/or a data volume compressed image of the screenshot of the user interface. At this time, "display image" may be referred to as "thumbnail image".
Optionally, the historical activation task information of each task includes a display image.
In step 103, display diagrams are displayed at corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, and the display diagrams of at least one application program are at least two.
Optionally, the terminal displays a plurality of display images of a plurality of application programs in the latest task interface, and each display image corresponds to a user interface in which one application program is activated in the historical use process.
The display images of the application programs comprise at least two display images of the same application program, and the at least two display images correspond to at least two user interfaces of the application program.
Referring to fig. 2, the user is in the foreground during the use of application a and displays user interface 1 of application a. When a user wants to switch to the user interface 2 of the application program A which is opened in the historical use process, the user clicks the menu key 10 to serve as the trigger operation of the latest task interface, the terminal displays the latest task interface according to the trigger operation, at least two display images 12 of the application program A are displayed in the latest task interface, and each display image 12 corresponds to one user interface which is activated in the historical use process of the application program A. Optionally, each display fig. 12 is a screenshot reduction of one user interface that application a was activated during historical usage. The user may select a target display by viewing display 12. The terminal switches to display to the user interface 16 corresponding to the target display image. Through the process, the quick switching from the user interface 1 to the user interface 2 in the application program A is realized.
Of course, the display image displayed by the terminal may not be limited to the display image 12 corresponding to the application program a, and may also display the display image 14 corresponding to other application programs, where the other application programs are programs other than the application program a, and each display image is displayed at the corresponding application program in the latest task interface, which is not limited in this disclosure.
The terminal needs to record according to the history activated process in the application program in the history use process of the application program to obtain the history activated task information of each task. In each history activation task information, a display image of the activated user interface is recorded. Typically, different functions in an application are implemented by different processes. The terminal can record different processes of historical activation in the application program in advance to obtain historical activation task information of each task.
For example, in the instant messaging program, the function for realizing chat is realized by a first process, and the function for realizing webpage viewing is realized by a second process, so that the terminal can record an activated user interface in the first process of the instant messaging program to obtain first history activation task information; and recording the activated user interface in the second process of the instant messaging program to obtain second historical activation task information.
Optionally, the embodiment that the terminal records different processes of historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information is illustrated as follows:
fig. 3 shows a flowchart of a user interface display method provided by another exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure. The present embodiment is exemplified by applying the user interface display method to a terminal. The method comprises the following steps:
in step 301, determining the most recently activated user interface based on the most recently activated process;
when a user uses a terminal, different user interfaces of a plurality of applications may be opened, or different user interfaces of the same application may be opened.
Optionally, an application includes one or more activities (Activities). An activity is a component that includes a user interface for enabling interaction with a user. The activities are stackable, each time the user initiates a new activity, the new activity is overlaid on the old activity, and then clicking the Back button destroys the top most activity and the next activity is displayed again.
Taking an android operating system as an example, a return Stack (Back Stack) is provided in the operating system, and multiple activities are managed in the form of a Stack in the return Stack. A stack is a back-to-back-out data structure that, by default, is pushed onto the return stack at the top of the stack whenever a new activity is initiated by the user. When a user presses a return key or calls an end method to destroy an activity, the activity on the top of the stack is popped, and the previous activity popped is reset on the top of the stack. The operating system will always show the activity at the top of the stack to the user.
Optionally, each time there is an activity of pushing (and/or popping) in the return stack, the activity at the top of the stack corresponds to the latest activated user interface, and the terminal can determine the activity identifier of the user interface, the identifier of the process, and the identifier of the application program by obtaining the relevant information of the activity. The user interface is a user interface displayed in the foreground, referred to as an activated user interface.
As the user uses, the activity in the return stack is continuously popped and/or pushed, and the step is continuously executed according to the popping and/or pushing of the activity in the return stack.
In step 302, when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and different process identifiers, generating a second display image of the latest activated user interface;
assuming that historical activation task information of a plurality of tasks is cached in a terminal, each historical activation task information comprises: application identification, process identification, display graph, and activation time. The plurality of historical activation task information is schematically shown in table one:
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Application identification Process identification Display diagram Activation time
Application A Process 11 Display diagram 01 2016/03/03 10:25:07
Application program B Process 21 Display diagram 02 2016/03/03 10:29:30
Application program C Process 31 Display diagram 03 2016/03/03 10:30:12
Application program D Process 41 Display diagram 04 (the first display diagram) 2016/03/03 10:31:32
Optionally, the first display map is any one of the first display maps, and the embodiment is illustrated by fig. 4 in which the first display map is the first display map.
When the terminal acquires the relevant information of the activity positioned at the top of the stack, at least one of the identifier of the application program, the process identifier and the activity identifier is extracted from the relevant information. Optionally, the terminal obtains an identifier of the application and a process identifier.
If the terminal acquires the relevant information from the activity at the stack top, the method comprises the following steps: the application D and the process 42 indicate that the user interface that has been activated recently is the user interface corresponding to the process 42 of the application D, and since different processes are generally responsible for handling different functions, the process 41 and the process 42 may be processes responsible for different functions in the same application D, the terminal generates a second display image of the user interfaces corresponding to the application D and the process 42.
In step 303, the second display map, the application identifier and the process identifier are cached to obtain historical activation task information.
Optionally, the terminal caches the second display image, the application identifier, the process identifier and the activation time to obtain historical activation task information of the latest task.
Illustratively, table one is updated as shown in table two below:
in step 304, when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display have the same application program identifier and process identifier, generating a third display of the latest activated user interface;
when the terminal acquires the relevant information of the activity positioned at the top of the stack, at least one of the identifier of the application program, the process identifier and the activity identifier is extracted from the relevant information.
If the terminal acquires the relevant information from the activity at the stack top, the method comprises the following steps: the application program D and the process 41 indicate that the latest activated user interface is the user interface corresponding to the process 41 of the application program D, and if the terminal has cached the diagram 4 corresponding to the process 41 of the application program D in the historical use process, it indicates that the user interface is likely to be opened again and updated, so the terminal generates a third display according to the latest user interface corresponding to the application program D and the process 41: fig. 6.
In step 305, updating the first display map with the third display map;
optionally, the terminal updates the first display map by using the third display map, and records activation time corresponding to the third display map.
Illustratively, table one is updated as shown in table three below:
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Application identification Process identification Display diagram Activation time
Application A Process 11 Display diagram 01 2016/03/03 10:25:07
Application program B Process 21 Display diagram 02 2016/03/03 10:29:30
Application program C Process 31 Display diagram 03 2016/03/03 10:30:12
Application program D Process 41 Display picture 06 (third display picture) 2016/03/03 10:32:02
It should be noted that since the activities at the top of the stack may come from different applications, the historical activation task information cached in the terminal is also changing. For example, when the terminal is just started up, no history activation task information is cached in the terminal, and when the process 11 of the application program a is opened, the terminal starts caching first history activation task information which records a display image corresponding to the process 11 of the application program a; for another example, when the user may open the process 51 of the application E again during the use of the application D, the terminal caches the second historically activated task information recorded with the display image corresponding to the process 51 of the application E when detecting that any historically activated task information corresponding to the application E is not cached. In addition, the terminal may empty the cached history activated task information each time it is powered off, or empty the history activated task information that exceeds the threshold and is cached earliest when the number of the cached history activated task information exceeds the threshold.
In step 306, when the trigger operation of the latest task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired;
and when the user needs to switch to a certain application program or a certain application interface of a certain application program in the historical use process, applying trigger operation to the terminal. The trigger operation is used to open the most recent task interface.
The trigger operation may be at least one of a click operation, a slide operation, a long press operation, a pressure touch operation, a multi-click operation, a hover touch operation, and a two-finger touch operation.
Optionally, the trigger operation is a trigger operation for triggering display of a latest task interface. Taking an android operating system adopted by a terminal as an example, the android operating system is provided with three keys at a system level: a return key, a Home key, and a menu key. The trigger operation may be a click of a menu key, or a long press of a menu key.
Optionally, the history of each task activates task information, including: application identification, process identification, display graph, and activation time.
In step 307, obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the acquired history activated task information of each task;
each history activation task information is stored with a display image corresponding to the history activation process. From the historical activation task information for each task, the corresponding display graph can be read directly.
In step 308, displaying display images at corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, wherein the display images of at least one application program are at least two;
the terminal displays a latest task interface, wherein the latest task interface comprises n display graphs which are displayed according to the use time sequence, and the n display graphs comprise at least two display graphs of the same application program;
optionally, the terminal displays a recent task interface in a list form, where the recent task interface is used to display an application program opened by the user in the historical use process and a user interface in the application program.
Optionally, n display diagrams are displayed in the recent task interface, and each display diagram corresponds to one user interface in which one application program is activated in the historical use process. Optionally, there are at least two display images corresponding to at least two different user interfaces of the same application. Optionally, there are at least two display images corresponding to different applications.
Optionally, the latest task interface displays the n display graphs in a backward-forward sorting mode according to the use time. The closer the use time of one application program is to the current time, the more front the application program is ranked in the nearest task interface and displayed.
Optionally, the display image is recorded by the terminal according to the activated user interface of the application program in the history use process of the application program. The activated user interface refers to a user interface that has been displayed in the foreground according to a user operation. Optionally, the display image is a scaled-down image of the screenshot of the user interface and/or a data volume compressed image of the screenshot of the user interface.
In step 309, receiving a selection signal for selecting a target display image in the latest task interface;
optionally, the selection signal is used to select a target display map from at least two display maps displayed in the recent task interface. Optionally, the selection signal is a signal generated by clicking on the operation of one of the at least two display images.
In step 310, a user interface corresponding to the target display image is displayed.
And the terminal skips to display a user interface corresponding to the target display image in the application program according to the target display image selected by the selection signal.
Optionally, the application program identifier and the process identifier corresponding to the target display image are cached in the terminal at the same time, and the terminal skips to display the user interface corresponding to the application program identifier and the process identifier according to the application program identifier and the process identifier.
If the process is in the background running state, the terminal switches the process from the background running state to the foreground running state, and displays a user interface corresponding to the target display image; and if the process is recycled, restarting the user interface corresponding to the process by the terminal according to the application program identifier and the process identifier.
To sum up, in the embodiment of the present disclosure, when the trigger operation of the latest task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired; obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the history activated task information of each task; the display graphs are displayed at the corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, and the display graphs of at least one application program are at least two, so that even after a user switches from the webpage user interface to the chat user interface, the user can switch back to the webpage user interface through the display graphs corresponding to the webpage user interface in the latest task interface, the problem that when the user needs to check the webpage again, the user can open the webpage user interface by clicking the URL again and cannot switch back to the webpage user interface from the chat user interface is solved, and the effect that the user can quickly switch to different user interfaces in the same application program through the display graphs in the latest task interface is achieved.
Optionally, different processes in the same application generally provide different functions, and the terminal caches the display images of the user interfaces corresponding to the different processes in the same application, and can respectively cache the corresponding display images for the different functions in the same application.
In an illustrative example, the instant chat program 40 is provided with a chat function and a web page viewing function, the user first chats with friend a on the chat interface 41, when friend a sends a web page link, the user uses the built-in browser of the chat program 40 to view the web page user interface 42 corresponding to the web page link, and then opens the chat interface 41 to chat with another friend B. In the process of chatting with the friend B, if the user further wants to view the web user interface 42, the user can press the menu key 43 and then select the display image corresponding to the web user interface 42, at which time the terminal jumps to display the web user interface 42.
Since in other possible embodiments different functions in the same application may be performed by the same process. The terminal can record different activated user interfaces in the same process of the application program in advance to obtain historical activation task information. For example, in the instant messaging program, both the function for implementing chat and the function for implementing webpage viewing are implemented by the third process, and the terminal caches display images corresponding to different user interfaces in the third process of the instant messaging program.
Optionally, the embodiment that the terminal records different activated user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information is shown as follows:
fig. 5 is a flowchart illustrating a user interface display method according to another exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure. The present embodiment is exemplified by applying the user interface display method to a terminal. The method comprises the following steps:
in step 501, determining a most recently activated user interface according to a most recently activated process;
when a user uses a terminal, different user interfaces of a plurality of applications may be opened, or different user interfaces of the same application may be opened.
Optionally, an application includes one or more activities (Activities). An activity is a component that includes a user interface for enabling interaction with a user. The activities are stackable, each time the user initiates a new activity, the new activity is overlaid on the old activity, and then clicking the Back button destroys the top most activity and the next activity is displayed again.
Taking an android operating system as an example, a return Stack (Back Stack) is provided in the operating system, and multiple activities are managed in the form of a Stack in the return Stack. A stack is a back-to-back-out data structure that, by default, is pushed onto the return stack at the top of the stack whenever a new activity is initiated by the user. When a user presses a return key or calls an end method to destroy an activity, the activity on the top of the stack is popped, and the previous activity popped is reset on the top of the stack. The operating system will always show the activity at the top of the stack to the user.
Optionally, when there is an activity of pushing (and/or popping) in the return stack, the activity at the top of the stack corresponds to the latest activated user interface, and the terminal can determine the activity identifier of the user interface, the identifier of the process, and the identifier of the application program by obtaining the relevant information of the activity. The user interface corresponding to the activity is the user interface displayed in the foreground, referred to as the activated user interface.
As the user uses the method, the activity in the return stack is continuously popped and/or pushed, and the step is continuously executed according to the popping and/or pushing of the activity at the top of the stack in the return stack.
In step 502, when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and process identifier and different activity identifiers, generating a fourth display image of the latest activated user interface;
assuming that historical activation task information of a plurality of tasks is cached in a terminal, each historical activation task information comprises: an application identification, a process identification, an activity identification, a display graph, and an activation time. The several historical activation task information, as schematically shown in table four:
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Optionally, the first display map is any one of the display maps in table four, and the embodiment is illustrated by the first display map being the display map 04 in table one.
When the terminal acquires the relevant information of the activity positioned at the top of the stack, at least one of the identifier of the application program, the process identifier and the activity identifier is extracted from the relevant information.
If the terminal acquires the relevant information from the activity at the stack top, the method comprises the following steps: the application D, the process 41, and the web interface (activity identifier) indicate that the user interface that has been activated most recently is the web interface corresponding to the process 41 of the application D, and since the web interface is different from the chat interface that has been cached for the process 41, the terminal generates a fourth display image of the web user interface corresponding to the application D and the process 41.
In step 503, the fourth display image, the application identifier, the process identifier, and the activity identifier are cached to obtain the historical activation task information.
Optionally, the terminal caches the fourth display image, the application identifier, the process identifier, the activity identifier and the activation time to obtain historical activation task information of the latest task.
Illustratively, table four is updated as shown in table five below:
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In step 504, when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display have the same application program identifier, process identifier and activity identifier, generating a fifth display of the latest activated user interface;
when the terminal acquires the relevant information of the activity positioned at the top of the stack, at least one of the identifier of the application program, the process identifier and the activity identifier is extracted from the relevant information.
If the terminal acquires the relevant information from the activity at the stack top, the method comprises the following steps: the application program D, the process 41 and the chat interface indicate that the latest activated user interface is the chat interface corresponding to the process 41 of the application program D, and if the terminal has cached the display image 04 of the chat interface corresponding to the process 41 of the application program D in the history use process, it indicates that the user interface is likely to be opened again and updated, so that the terminal generates a fifth display image according to the latest chat interface corresponding to the application program D and the process 41: fig. 06 is shown.
In step 505, updating the first display map with the fifth display map;
optionally, the terminal updates the first display map by using the fifth display map, and records activation time corresponding to the fifth display map.
Illustratively, table five is updated as shown in table six below:
in step 506, when the triggering operation of the latest task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired;
and when the user needs to switch to a certain application program or a certain application interface of a certain application program in the historical use process, applying trigger operation to the terminal. The trigger operation is used to open the most recent task interface.
The trigger operation may be at least one of a click operation, a slide operation, a long press operation, a pressure touch operation, a multi-click operation, a hover touch operation, and a two-finger touch operation.
Optionally, the trigger operation is a trigger operation for triggering display of a latest task interface. Taking an android operating system adopted by a terminal as an example, the android operating system is provided with three keys at a system level: a return key, a Home key, and a menu key. The trigger operation may be a click of a menu key, or a long press of a menu key.
Optionally, the history of each task activates task information, including: an application identification, a process identification, an activity identification, a display graph, and an activation time.
In step 507, obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the acquired history activated task information of each task;
each history activation task information is stored with a display image corresponding to the history activation process. From the historical activation task information for each task, the corresponding display graph can be read directly.
In step 508, displaying display images at corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, wherein the display images of at least one application program are at least two;
optionally, the terminal displays a recent task interface in a list form, where the recent task interface is used to display an application program opened by the user in the historical use process and a user interface in the application program.
Optionally, n display diagrams are displayed in the recent task interface, and each display diagram corresponds to one user interface in which one application program is activated in the historical use process. Optionally, there are at least two display images corresponding to at least two different user interfaces of the same application. Optionally, there are at least two display images corresponding to different applications.
Optionally, the latest task interface displays the n display graphs in a backward-forward sorting mode according to the use time. The closer the use time of one application program is to the current time, the more front the application program is ranked in the nearest task interface and displayed.
Optionally, the display image is recorded by the terminal according to the activated user interface of the application program in the history use process of the application program. The activated user interface refers to a user interface that has been displayed in the foreground according to a user operation. Optionally, the display image is a scaled-down image of the screenshot of the user interface and/or a data volume compressed image of the screenshot of the user interface.
In step 509, a selection signal for selecting a target display image in the latest task interface is received;
optionally, the selection signal is used to select a target display map from at least two display maps displayed in the recent task interface. Optionally, the selection signal is a signal generated by clicking on the operation of one of the at least two display images.
In step 510, a user interface corresponding to the target display is displayed.
And the terminal skips to display a user interface corresponding to the target display image in the application program according to the target display image selected by the second trigger signal.
Optionally, the application program identifier and the process identifier corresponding to the target display image are cached in the terminal at the same time, and the terminal skips to display the user interface corresponding to the application program identifier and the process identifier according to the application program identifier and the process identifier.
If the process is in the background running state, the terminal switches the process from the background running state to the foreground running state, and displays a user interface corresponding to the target display image; and if the process is recycled, restarting the user interface corresponding to the process by the terminal according to the application program identifier, the process identifier and the activity identifier.
To sum up, in the embodiment of the present disclosure, when the trigger operation of the latest task interface is detected, historical activation task information of each task is acquired; obtaining a display image corresponding to each history activated process according to the history activated task information of each task; the display graphs are displayed at the corresponding application programs in the latest task interface, and the display graphs of at least one application program are at least two, so that even after a user switches from the webpage user interface to the chat user interface, the user can switch back to the webpage user interface through the display graphs corresponding to the webpage user interface in the latest task interface, the problem that when the user needs to check the webpage again, the user can open the webpage user interface by clicking the URL again and cannot switch back to the webpage user interface from the chat user interface is solved, and the effect that the user can quickly switch to different user interfaces in the same application program through the display graphs in the latest task interface is achieved.
Optionally, different functions in the same application may be implemented by the same process, and the terminal caches display images of different types of user interfaces corresponding to the same process in the same application, and can cache corresponding display images for different functions in the same application, and when a user needs to switch back and forth between different functions in the same application, the user can quickly switch through the display image in the latest task interface.
The following are embodiments of the disclosed apparatus that may be used to perform embodiments of the disclosed methods. For details not disclosed in the embodiments of the apparatus of the present disclosure, refer to the embodiments of the method of the present disclosure.
FIG. 6 is a block diagram illustrating a user interface display apparatus, according to an exemplary embodiment, as shown in FIG. 6, including but not limited to:
an obtaining module 620, configured to obtain history activation task information of each task when a trigger operation of a latest task interface is detected; the history activated task information of each task is obtained by recording the history activated process in each application program;
a determining module 640, configured to obtain a display image corresponding to the process activated by each history according to the acquired history activation task information of each task;
a display module 660 further configured to display the display graph at corresponding respective applications in the recent task interface, the display graph for which there is at least one application being at least two.
In an optional embodiment, the apparatus further comprises:
a recording module 610 configured to record different processes of historical activation in the application program, so as to obtain the historical activation task information;
and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
the recording module 610 is configured to record different activated user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program, so as to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an alternative embodiment, the recording module 610 is configured to determine a most recently activated user interface according to a most recently activated process; when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and different process identifiers, generating a second display image of the latest activated user interface; and recording the second display image, the application program identifier and the process identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an optional embodiment, the recording module 610 is further configured to generate a third display of the most recently activated user interface when the most recently activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display have the same application identifier and process identifier; updating the first display map using the third display map.
In an alternative embodiment, the recording module 610 is configured to determine a most recently activated user interface according to a most recently activated process; when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier, process identifier and different activity identifiers, generating a fourth display image of the latest activated user interface; caching the fourth display image, the application program identifier, the process identifier and the activity identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
In an alternative embodiment, the recording module 610 is further configured to generate a fifth display image of the most recently activated user interface when the most recently activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application identifier, the process identifier, and the activity identifier; updating the first display map using the fifth display map.
In an alternative embodiment, the obtaining module 620 is further configured to receive a selection signal, where the selection signal corresponds to selection of a target display map in the recent task interface; the display module 660 is further configured to display the user interface corresponding to the target display image.
With regard to the apparatus in the above-described embodiment, the specific manner in which each module performs the operation has been described in detail in the embodiment related to the method, and will not be elaborated here.
An exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure provides a terminal including a processor and a memory, where the memory stores at least one instruction, and the at least one instruction is loaded and executed by the processor to implement a user interface display method as provided by various method embodiments
Another exemplary embodiment of the present disclosure also provides a computer-readable medium, wherein at least one instruction is stored in the storage medium, and the at least one instruction is loaded and executed by the processor to implement the user interface display method according to the various method embodiments.
Fig. 7 is a block diagram illustrating a terminal according to an example embodiment. For example, the terminal 700 may be a mobile phone, a computer, a digital broadcast terminal, a messaging device, a game console, a tablet device, a medical device, a fitness device, a personal digital assistant, and the like.
Referring to fig. 7, terminal 700 may include one or more of the following components: a processing component 702, a memory 704, a power component 706, a multimedia component 708, an audio component 710, an input/output (I/O) interface 712, a sensor component 714, and a communication component 716.
The processing component 702 generally controls overall operation of the terminal 700, such as operations associated with display, telephone calls, data communications, camera operations, and recording operations. The processing component 702 may include one or more processors 718 to execute instructions to perform all or a portion of the steps of the methods described above. Further, the processing component 702 may include one or more modules that facilitate interaction between the processing component 702 and other components. For example, the processing component 702 may include a multimedia module to facilitate interaction between the multimedia component 708 and the processing component 702.
The memory 704 is configured to store various types of data to support operation at the terminal 700. Examples of such data include instructions for any application or method operating on terminal 700, contact data, phonebook data, messages, pictures, videos, and so forth. The memory 704 may be implemented by any type or combination of volatile or non-volatile memory devices such as Static Random Access Memory (SRAM), electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM), erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM), programmable read-only memory (PROM), read-only memory (ROM), magnetic memory, flash memory, magnetic or optical disks.
Power supply component 706 provides power to the various components of terminal 700. Power components 706 may include a power management system, one or more power sources, and other components associated with generating, managing, and distributing power for terminal 700.
The multimedia component 708 includes a screen that provides an output interface between the terminal 700 and the user. In some embodiments, the screen may include a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and a Touch Panel (TP). If the screen includes a touch panel, the screen may be implemented as a touch screen to receive an input signal from a user. The touch panel includes one or more touch sensors to sense touch, slide, and gestures on the touch panel. The touch sensor may not only sense the boundary of a touch or slide action, but also detect the duration and pressure associated with the touch or slide operation. In some embodiments, the multimedia component 708 includes a front facing camera and/or a rear facing camera. The front camera and/or the rear camera may receive external multimedia data when the terminal 700 is in an operation mode, such as a photographing mode or a video mode. Each front camera and rear camera may be a fixed optical lens system or have a focal length and optical zoom capability.
The audio component 710 is configured to output and/or input audio signals. For example, the audio component 710 includes a Microphone (MIC) configured to receive external audio signals when the terminal 700 is in an operational mode, such as a call mode, a recording mode, and a voice recognition mode. The received audio signal may further be stored in the memory 704 or transmitted via the communication component 716. In some embodiments, audio component 710 also includes a speaker for outputting audio signals.
The I/O interface 712 provides an interface between the processing component 702 and peripheral interface modules, which may be keyboards, click wheels, buttons, etc. These buttons may include, but are not limited to: a home button, a volume button, a start button, and a lock button.
The sensor assembly 714 includes one or more sensors for providing various aspects of state assessment for the terminal 700. For example, sensor assembly 714 can detect an open/closed state of terminal 700, relative positioning of components, such as a display and keypad of terminal 700, change in position of terminal 700 or a component of terminal 700, presence or absence of user contact with terminal 700, orientation or acceleration/deceleration of terminal 700, and temperature change of terminal 700. The sensor assembly 714 may include a proximity sensor configured to detect the presence of a nearby object without any physical contact. The sensor assembly 714 may also include a light sensor, such as a CMOS or CCD image sensor, for use in imaging applications. In some embodiments, the sensor assembly 714 may also include an acceleration sensor, a gyroscope sensor, a magnetic sensor, a pressure sensor, or a temperature sensor.
The communication component 716 is configured to facilitate communications between the terminal 700 and other devices in a wired or wireless manner. The terminal 700 may access a wireless network based on a communication standard, such as Wi-Fi, 2G or 3G, or a combination thereof. In an exemplary embodiment, the communication component 716 receives a broadcast signal or broadcast related information from an external broadcast management system via a broadcast channel. In an exemplary embodiment, the communication component 716 further includes a Near Field Communication (NFC) module to facilitate short-range communications. For example, the NFC module may be implemented based on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, infrared data association (IrDA) technology, Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology, Bluetooth (BT) technology, and other technologies.
In an exemplary embodiment, the terminal 700 may be implemented by one or more Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), Digital Signal Processors (DSPs), Digital Signal Processing Devices (DSPDs), Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs), Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), controllers, micro-controllers, microprocessors or other electronic components for performing the user interface display method provided by any one of the above-described method embodiments.
In an exemplary embodiment, a non-transitory computer-readable storage medium comprising instructions, such as the memory 704 comprising instructions, executable by the processor 718 of the terminal 700, to perform the user interface display method provided by any of the above method embodiments is also provided. For example, the non-transitory computer readable storage medium may be a ROM, a Random Access Memory (RAM), a CD-ROM, a magnetic tape, a floppy disk, an optical data storage device, and the like.
Other embodiments of the disclosure will be apparent to those skilled in the art from consideration of the specification and practice of the disclosure disclosed herein. This application is intended to cover any variations, uses, or adaptations of the disclosure following, in general, the principles of the disclosure and including such departures from the present disclosure as come within known or customary practice within the art to which the disclosure pertains. It is intended that the specification and examples be considered as exemplary only, with a true scope and spirit of the disclosure being indicated by the following claims.
It will be understood that the present disclosure is not limited to the precise arrangements described above and shown in the drawings and that various modifications and changes may be made without departing from the scope thereof. The scope of the present disclosure is limited only by the appended claims.

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1. A method of user interface display, the method comprising:
determining a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process;
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and different process identifiers, generating a second display image of the latest activated user interface;
recording the second display image, the application program identifier and the process identifier to obtain historical activation task information, wherein different processes of the application program are used for providing different functions;
when the triggering operation of a recent task interface is detected, acquiring historical activation task information of each task, wherein the historical activation task information of each task is obtained by recording a historical activation process in each application program;
obtaining the display graph corresponding to the process activated by each history according to the acquired history activation task information of each task;
displaying the display images at corresponding application programs in the recent task interface, wherein the display images of at least one application program are at least two;
receiving a selection signal, wherein the selection signal is used for selecting a target display image in the recent task interface;
displaying the user interface corresponding to the target display image.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein before obtaining the historical activated task information of each task, the method further comprises:
and recording different activated user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information.
3. The method of claim 1, further comprising:
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and process identifier, generating a third display image of the latest activated user interface;
updating the first display map using the third display map.
4. The method according to claim 2, wherein the recording of the different user interfaces activated in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information comprises:
determining a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process;
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier, process identifier and different activity identifiers, generating a fourth display image of the latest activated user interface;
and recording the fourth display image, the application program identifier, the process identifier and the activity identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
5. The method of claim 4, further comprising:
when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display have the same application program identifier, process identifier and activity identifier, generating a fifth display of the latest activated user interface;
updating the first display map using the fifth display map.
6. A user interface display apparatus, the apparatus comprising:
a recording module configured to determine a most recently activated user interface based on a most recently activated process; when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and different process identifiers, generating a second display image of the latest activated user interface; recording the second display image, the application program identifier and the process identifier to obtain historical activation task information, wherein different processes of the application program are used for providing different functions;
the acquisition module is configured to acquire historical activation task information of each task when a trigger operation of a recent task interface is detected, wherein the historical activation task information of each task is obtained by recording a historical activation process in each application program;
the determining module is configured to obtain the display graph corresponding to the process of each historical activation according to the acquired historical activation task information of each task;
a display module further configured to display the display images at corresponding respective application programs in the recent task interface, the display images for which there is at least one of the application programs being at least two;
the acquisition module is further configured to receive a selection signal, wherein the selection signal is associated with selection of a target display image in the recent task interface;
the display module is further configured to display the user interface corresponding to the target display graph.
7. The apparatus of claim 6, further comprising:
the recording module is configured to record different activated user interfaces in the same process of the historical activation in the application program to obtain the historical activation task information.
8. The apparatus of claim 6,
the recording module is further configured to generate a third display image of the latest activated user interface when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier and process identifier; updating the first display map using the third display map.
9. The apparatus of claim 7,
the recording module is configured to determine a most recently activated user interface according to a most recently activated process; when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application program identifier, process identifier and different activity identifiers, generating a fourth display image of the latest activated user interface; caching the fourth display image, the application program identifier, the process identifier and the activity identifier to obtain the historical activation task information.
10. The apparatus of claim 9,
the recording module is further configured to generate a fifth display image of the latest activated user interface when the latest activated user interface and the user interface cached with the first display image have the same application identifier, process identifier and activity identifier; updating the first display map using the fifth display map.
11. A terminal, characterized in that it comprises a processor and a memory, in which at least one instruction is stored, which is loaded and executed by the processor to implement a user interface display method according to any one of claims 1 to 5.
12. A computer-readable storage medium having stored therein at least one instruction, which is loaded and executed by a processor to implement a user interface display method according to any one of claims 1 to 5.
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