CN114020381B - Terminal equipment, plug-in deployment method and storage medium - Google Patents

Terminal equipment, plug-in deployment method and storage medium Download PDF

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CN114020381B
CN114020381B CN202111267820.3A CN202111267820A CN114020381B CN 114020381 B CN114020381 B CN 114020381B CN 202111267820 A CN202111267820 A CN 202111267820A CN 114020381 B CN114020381 B CN 114020381B
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The application provides terminal equipment, a plug-in deployment method and a storage medium, and relates to the technical field of computers. The terminal equipment responds to the received add-on plug-in operation, and a plug-in selection interface is displayed; in response to a triggering operation for the target plugin, determining at least one candidate position of an icon for displaying the target plugin in a first display desktop; the target plug-ins are one or more plug-ins selected by a user from the candidate plug-ins; in response to the user selecting the target position from the at least one candidate position, the icon of the target plug-in is displayed at the target position, so that the user can be helped to rapidly deploy the desktop plug-in, the user operation can be simplified, and the user can be helped to save time.

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Terminal equipment, plug-in deployment method and storage medium
Technical Field
The present disclosure relates to the field of computer technologies, and in particular, to a terminal device, a plug-in deployment method, and a storage medium.
Background
With the continuous development of technology, terminal devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers are changed over the sky, and the functions of the original simple communication, video and the like are developed to the present, so that the terminal devices have more and more functions.
The desktop plug-in function of the terminal device can conveniently and intuitively display some information, such as weather information, time information and the like, for a user. However, when the user deploys the desktop plug-in, not only is sufficient desktop space reserved, but also a proper position needs to be found on the desktop, which is complex in operation and causes the user to waste a great deal of time.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to solve the problems in the prior art, the embodiment of the application provides a terminal device, a plug-in deployment method and a storage medium, which can be used for rapidly helping a user to deploy a desktop plug-in, simplifying the operation of the user and helping the user to save time.
In a first aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a terminal device, including: a display, a memory, and a processor;
the display is configured to display an interface of the terminal device when in operation;
the memory is configured to store a program or data used by the terminal device to operate;
the processor is configured to display a plug-in selection interface through the display in response to receiving a plug-in adding operation; the plug-in selection interface comprises candidate plug-ins which can be selected; responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and determining at least one candidate position of an icon for displaying the target plug-in a first display desktop; the target plug-in is one or more plug-ins selected from the candidate plug-ins by a user; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of a set unit area; and displaying an icon of the target plug-in at the target position in response to a user selecting the target position from the at least one candidate position.
In one possible implementation, the processor is further configured to:
and before determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation of the target plug-in, arranging the positions of the application icons contained in the first display desktop according to a preset rule before determining the candidate position of at least one icon for displaying the target plug-in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation of the rearrangement selection mark, wherein the preset rule is that the positions are arranged row by row in a left-to-right sequence.
In a possible implementation manner, the target plugin is one plugin selected by a user from the candidate plugins; the processor is specifically configured to:
responding to the triggering operation for the target plug-in, and determining a blank area in the first display desktop;
taking a square area with the largest area from the blank area as a candidate position;
and repeating the steps of removing the square area corresponding to the candidate position from the blank area and taking the square area with the largest area as the candidate position in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
In a possible implementation manner, the target plugins are N plugins selected by a user from the candidate plugins, wherein N is an integer greater than 1; the processor is specifically configured to:
responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and selecting N areas with set unit areas from the blank areas in the first display desktop as N candidate positions; each candidate location is for displaying a target plug-in;
and removing the areas corresponding to the N candidate positions from the blank area, and selecting the candidate positions for displaying part or all of the N plug-ins in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
In one possible implementation, the processor is specifically configured to:
the size of any candidate location is redetermined in response to a user movement operation with respect to any boundary line of the candidate location.
In one possible implementation, the processor is specifically configured to:
before the operation of responding to the user to select the target position from the at least one candidate position, responding to the sliding operation on the first display desktop, displaying a second display desktop, and determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the second display desktop.
In a second aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a method for deploying a plug-in, which is applied to a terminal device, where the method includes:
displaying a plug-in selection interface in response to the received add-in operation; the plug-in selection interface comprises candidate plug-ins which can be selected;
responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and determining at least one candidate position of an icon for displaying the target plug-in a first display desktop; the target plug-in is one or more plug-ins selected from the candidate plug-ins by a user; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of a set unit area;
and displaying an icon of the target plug-in at the target position in response to a user selecting the target position from the at least one candidate position.
In a possible implementation manner, the target plugin is one plugin selected by a user from the candidate plugins; the method for determining the candidate position of at least one icon for displaying the target plugin in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation for the target plugin comprises the following steps:
responding to the triggering operation for the target plug-in, and determining a blank area in the first display desktop;
Taking a square area with the largest area from the blank area as a candidate position;
and repeating the steps of removing the square area corresponding to the candidate position from the blank area and taking the square area with the largest area as the candidate position in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
In a possible implementation manner, the target plugins are N plugins selected by a user from the candidate plugins, wherein N is an integer greater than 1; the method for determining the candidate position of at least one icon for displaying the target plugin in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation for the target plugin comprises the following steps:
responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and selecting N areas with set unit areas from the blank areas in the first display desktop as N candidate positions; each candidate location is for displaying a target plug-in;
and removing the areas corresponding to the N candidate positions from the blank area, and selecting the candidate positions for displaying part or all of the N plug-ins in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
In a third aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a card deployment device, including:
the first display unit is used for responding to the received add-on plug-in operation and displaying a plug-in selection interface; the plug-in selection interface comprises candidate plug-ins which can be selected;
a determining unit, responsive to a trigger operation for a target plug-in, for determining at least one candidate position of an icon for displaying the target plug-in a first display desktop; the target plug-in is one or more plug-ins selected from the candidate plug-ins by a user; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of a set unit area;
and a second display unit that displays an icon of the target plug-in at a target position in response to an operation of selecting the target position from the at least one candidate position by a user.
In a fourth aspect, embodiments of the present application provide a computer readable storage medium having a computer program stored therein, which when executed by a processor, implements the method of the second aspect.
According to the terminal equipment, the plug-in deployment method and the storage medium, after the user selects the target plug-in the plug-in selection interface, at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in can be determined in the first display desktop displayed currently, so that the user can select the target position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in from the determined candidate positions.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a prior art operation process of adding a plug-in to a mobile phone desktop;
fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal device provided in an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 3 is a software structural block diagram of a terminal device provided in an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 4 is a flowchart of a method for deploying a plug-in unit according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of a pull-down menu of a mobile phone according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram of a plug-in selection interface according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 7 is a schematic diagram of determining candidate locations of a plug-in unit according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 8 is a schematic diagram of a successful addition of a plug-in to a desktop of a mobile phone according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 9 is a schematic diagram of a desktop of a mobile phone according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 10 is a schematic diagram of another determination of candidate locations of a plug-in provided in an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 11 is a schematic diagram of an adjusted candidate position of an insert according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 12 is a schematic diagram of another determination of a candidate position of a plug-in provided in an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 13 is a schematic diagram of another determination of candidate locations of a plug-in provided by an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 14 is a schematic diagram of another embodiment of adding a plug-in to a desktop of a mobile phone;
FIG. 15 is a schematic diagram of a desktop operation according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 16 is a block diagram of a plug-in deployment device according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 17 is a block diagram of another plug-in deployment device according to an embodiment of the present application.
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For the purposes of clarity, technical solutions and advantages of the present application, the following description will be given in further detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, and it is apparent that the described embodiments are only some embodiments of the present application, but not all embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be made by one of ordinary skill in the art without undue burden from the present disclosure, are within the scope of the present disclosure.
It should be noted that, the application scenario described in the embodiment of the present application is for more clearly describing the technical solution of the embodiment of the present application, and does not constitute a limitation on the technical solution provided in the embodiment of the present application, and as a person of ordinary skill in the art can know, with the appearance of the new application scenario, the technical solution provided in the embodiment of the present application is also applicable to similar technical problems.
With the continuous development of technology, functions contained in various terminal devices are becoming more and more abundant. On the desktop of the terminal device, not only various application icons installed on the mobile phone but also various plug-in icons can be displayed. The plug-in icon displayed on the desktop of the terminal equipment can provide some information for the user very intuitively, but when the user adds the plug-in on the desktop of the terminal equipment, the user needs to go through complicated operation to successfully add.
Taking the operation process of adding a clock plug-in on the desktop of the mobile phone by a user as an example, as shown in fig. 1. The process of adding clock plugins by users includes: the user presses the blank area on the desktop of the mobile phone for a long time, as shown in page a in fig. 1, the mobile phone responds to the operation that the user presses the blank area of the desktop of the current display for a long time, and a desktop operation interface is displayed below the desktop, wherein the desktop operation interface comprises an icon of adding plugins; the user clicks the add plugin icon, as shown in page b in fig. 1, the mobile phone responds to the operation of clicking the add plugin icon by the user, a plugin selection interface is displayed below the desktop, and the user can select one plugin in the plugin selection interface to perform clicking operation. As shown in page c in fig. 1, the user clicks the clock plug-in with the size of 2 x 2, and the mobile phone pops up the prompt message of "the page space is insufficient" in response to the operation of clicking the clock plug-in by the user, as shown in page d in fig. 1. The user needs to adjust the position of the application icon contained on the current display desktop, and the mobile phone responds to the moving operation of the user on the application icon to display an adjusted interface, as shown in a page e in fig. 1. The user clicks the clock plugin with the size of 2 x 2 again, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of clicking the clock plugin by the user to display the plugin on the candidate position of the current desktop, as shown by a page f in fig. 1.
The operation process not only needs to select a proper plug-in unit according to the current display desktop, but also needs to adjust the position of the application icon displayed on the desktop by the user, and is complex in operation process. When the currently displayed desktop has no candidate position, the user also needs to slide the mobile phone desktop until a proper display desktop is found, and the plug-in selected by the user can be displayed. The operation process is tedious and inefficient, and a great deal of time is wasted by the user.
Aiming at the problems that the process of adding a desktop plug-in the prior art is complex and tedious and the efficiency is extremely low, the embodiment of the application provides terminal equipment, a plug-in deployment method and a storage medium, wherein the terminal equipment responds to the received plug-in adding operation and displays a plug-in selection interface; including candidate plug-ins for selection in a plug-in selection interface; responding to the triggering operation of a user on the target plugin, and determining at least one candidate position of an icon for displaying the target plugin in a first display desktop; in response to a user selecting a target location from the at least one candidate location, an icon of the target plug-in is displayed at the target location. The plug-in deployment method provided by the embodiment of the application not only can help a user to rapidly deploy the desktop plug-in, but also can simplify the user operation and help the user to save time.
The terminal equipment provided by the embodiment of the application can be portable equipment such as mobile phones, wearable equipment, tablet computers and the like. A hardware configuration block diagram of a terminal device provided in an embodiment of the present application is exemplarily shown in fig. 2. It should be understood that the terminal device 200 shown in fig. 2 is only one example, and that the terminal device 200 may have more or fewer components than shown in fig. 2, may combine two or more components, or may have a different configuration of components. The various components shown in the figures may be implemented in hardware, software, or a combination of hardware and software, including one or more signal processing and/or application specific integrated circuits.
As shown in fig. 2, the terminal device 200 includes: communication component 210, processor 220, memory 230, display 240, input component 250, audio circuitry 260, SIM card interface 270, and sensor 280.
The communication component 210 is configured to receive or send a call request, receive and send signals during a call, and connect to a server to upload or download data. The communication component 210 may include an RF (radio frequency) circuit 210, a Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity ) module 212.
The RF circuit 211 may be used for receiving and transmitting signals during the process of receiving and transmitting information or communication, and may receive downlink data of the base station and then transmit the downlink data to the processor 220 for processing; uplink data may be sent to the base station. In general, RF circuitry 211 includes, but is not limited to, an antenna, at least one amplifier, a transceiver, a coupler, a low noise amplifier, a duplexer, and the like. The RF circuit 211 may receive electromagnetic waves from an antenna, filter, amplify, and the like the received electromagnetic waves, and transmit the electromagnetic waves to a modem processor for demodulation. The RF circuit 211 may also amplify the signal modulated by the modem processor, and convert the signal into electromagnetic waves through the antenna to radiate. In some embodiments, at least some functional blocks of RF circuitry 211 may be disposed in processor 220. In some embodiments, at least some of the functional blocks of RF circuitry 211 may be disposed in the same device as at least some of the blocks of processor 220. The RF circuitry 211 of the terminal device 200 is coupled to an antenna so that the terminal device 200 can communicate with a network and other devices through wireless communication techniques.
Wi-Fi belongs to a short-range wireless transmission technology, and the terminal device 200 can help a user to send and receive e-mail, browse web pages, access streaming media and the like through the Wi-Fi module 212, so that wireless broadband internet access is provided for the user. The Wi-Fi module 212 may be connected to a router through which an external network is connected. The Wi-Fi module 212 may also connect to a server to upload or download data.
Memory 230 may be used to store data or program codes used by the terminal device when operating. The processor 220 performs various functions of the terminal device 200 and data processing by executing data or program codes stored in the memory 230. Memory 230 may include high-speed random access memory, and may also include non-volatile memory, such as at least one magnetic disk storage device, flash memory device, or other volatile solid-state storage device. The memory 230 stores an operating system that enables the terminal device 200 to operate.
The display 240 is used to display information input by a user or information provided to the user and a graphical user interface (graphical user interface, GUI) of various menus of the terminal device 200. In particular, the display 240 may include a display disposed on a front side of the terminal device 200. The display may be configured in the form of a liquid crystal display, light emitting diodes, or the like. The display 240 may be used to display an interface of the terminal device while it is running.
The input component 250 may be used to receive numeric or character information entered by a user, various operations entered by the user, etc., and to generate signal inputs related to user settings and function controls of the terminal device 200. In particular, the input component 250 may include keys and a touch screen, which may be disposed on the front side of the terminal device 200, may collect touch operations on or near the user, such as clicking buttons, dragging scroll boxes, and the like.
The touch screen may be covered on the display, and in some embodiments, the touch screen may be integrated with the display to implement the input and output functions of the terminal device 200, and after integration, the touch screen may be simply referred to as a touch display.
The terminal device 200 may further include a positioning module, such as a satellite positioning module or a mobile communication network positioning module, and may determine the geographic location of the terminal device 200 in real time.
Audio circuitry 260, speaker 261, microphone 262 may provide an audio interface between a user and terminal device 200. The audio circuit 260 may transmit the received electrical signal converted from audio data to the speaker 261, and the electrical signal is converted into a sound signal by the speaker 261 to be output. The terminal device 200 may also be configured with a volume button for adjusting the volume of the sound signal. On the other hand, the microphone 262 converts the collected sound signal into an electrical signal, which is received by the audio circuit 260 and converted into audio data, which is output to the RF circuit 211 for transmission to, for example, another terminal, or to the memory 230 for further processing.
The SIM card interface 270 is used to connect a SIM card. The SIM card may be inserted into the SIM card interface 270 or withdrawn from the SIM card interface 270 to achieve contact and separation with the terminal apparatus 200. The terminal device 200 may support 1 or N SIM card interfaces, N being a positive integer greater than 1. SIM card interface 270 may support Nano SIM cards, micro SIM cards, and the like. The same SIM card interface can be used to insert multiple cards simultaneously. The types of the plurality of cards may be the same or different. The SIM card interface may also be compatible with different types of SIM cards. The SIM card interface may also be compatible with external memory cards. The terminal device 200 interacts with the network through the SIM card to realize functions such as communication and data communication. In some embodiments, the terminal device 200 employs esims, namely: an embedded SIM card. The eSIM card can be embedded in the terminal device 200 and cannot be separated from the terminal device 200. The SIM card is used to identify the user's mobile phone number.
The terminal device 200 may include a USB (universal serial bus ) interface or the like in addition to the SIM card interface 270. The USB interface is used for connecting a charging wire or other peripheral equipment. For example, the terminal device 200 may be connected to the charging wire through a USB interface. The components or modules in the terminal device 200 are connected by a bus.
The terminal device 200 may further comprise at least one sensor 280, such as an acceleration sensor 281, a distance sensor 282, a fingerprint sensor 283, a temperature sensor 284. The terminal device 200 may also be configured with other sensors such as gyroscopes, barometers, hygrometers, thermometers, infrared sensors, light sensors, motion sensors, and the like.
The terminal device 200 may also include a camera for capturing still images or video. The camera can be one or a plurality of cameras. The object generates an optical image through the lens and projects the optical image onto the photosensitive element. The photosensitive element may be a charge coupled device (charge coupled device, CCD) or a Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) phototransistor. The photosensitive element converts the optical signal into an electrical signal, which is then transferred to the processor 220 for conversion into a digital image signal.
The processor 220 is a control center of the terminal device 200, connects various parts of the entire terminal using various interfaces and lines, and performs various functions of the terminal device 200 and processes data by running or executing software programs stored in the memory 230, and calling data stored in the memory 230. In some embodiments, processor 220 may include one or more processing units. The processor 220 may run an operating system, applications, user interface displays, and touch responses.
Fig. 3 is a software configuration block diagram of the terminal device 100 of the embodiment of the present application.
The layered architecture divides the software into several layers, each with distinct roles and branches. The layers communicate with each other through a software interface. In some embodiments, the Android system is divided into four layers, from top to bottom, an application layer, an application framework layer, an Zhuoyun row (Android run) and system libraries, and a kernel layer, respectively.
The application layer may include a series of application packages. As shown in fig. 3, the application package may include applications such as cameras, gallery, calendar, talk, map, navigation, clock, bluetooth, music, video, short message, etc. The user may set an alarm clock in the clock application. The application layer may also include third party applications installed on the terminal device.
The application framework layer provides an application programming interface (Application Programming Interface, API) and programming framework for application programs of the application layer. The application framework layer includes a number of predefined functions.
As shown in FIG. 3, the application framework layer may include a window manager, a content provider, a view system, a telephony manager, a resource manager, a notification manager, and the like.
The window manager is used for managing window programs. The window manager may obtain the display size, determine if there is a status bar, lock the screen, intercept the screen, etc.
The content provider is used to store and retrieve data and make such data accessible to applications. The data may include alarm clock data, video, images, audio, calls made and received, browsing history and bookmarks, phone books, etc.
The view system includes visual controls, such as controls to display text, controls to display pictures, and the like. The view system may be used to build applications. The display interface may be composed of one or more views. For example, a display interface including a text message notification icon may include a view displaying text and a view displaying a picture.
The telephony manager is arranged to provide communication functions for the terminal device. Such as the management of call status (including on, hung-up, etc.). The resource manager provides various resources for the application program, such as localization strings, icons, pictures, layout files, video files, and the like.
The notification manager allows the application to display notification information in a status bar, can be used to communicate notification type messages, can automatically disappear after a short dwell, and does not require user interaction. Such as notification manager is used to inform that the download is complete, message alerts, etc. The notification manager may also be a notification in the form of a chart or scroll bar text that appears on the system top status bar, such as a notification of a background running application, or a notification that appears on the screen in the form of a dialog window. For example, a text message is prompted in a status bar, a prompt tone is emitted, the terminal vibrates, and an indicator light blinks.
Android run time includes a core library and virtual machines. Android run time is responsible for scheduling and management of the Android system.
The core library consists of two parts: one part is a function which needs to be called by java language, and the other part is a core library of android.
The application layer and the application framework layer run in a virtual machine. The virtual machine executes java files of the application program layer and the application program framework layer as binary files. The virtual machine is used for executing the functions of object life cycle management, stack management, thread management, security and exception management, garbage collection and the like.
The system library may include a plurality of functional modules. For example: surface manager (surface manager), media Libraries (Media Libraries), three-dimensional graphics processing Libraries (e.g., openGL ES), 2D graphics engines (e.g., SGL), etc. Wherein the three-dimensional graphics processing library and the 2D graphics engine both belong to a common camera resource.
The surface manager is used to manage the display subsystem and provides a fusion of 2D and 3D layers for multiple applications.
Media libraries support a variety of commonly used audio, video format playback and recording, still image files, and the like. The media library may support a variety of audio and video encoding formats, such as MPEG4, h.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, JPG, PNG, etc.
The three-dimensional graphic processing library is used for realizing three-dimensional graphic drawing, image rendering, synthesis, layer processing and the like.
The 2D graphics engine is a drawing engine for 2D drawing.
The kernel layer is a layer between hardware and software. The inner core layer at least comprises a display driver, a camera driver, an audio driver and a sensor driver.
In order to further explain the technical solutions provided in the embodiments of the present application, the following details are described with reference to the accompanying drawings and the detailed description. Although the embodiments of the present application provide the method operational steps as shown in the following embodiments or figures, more or fewer operational steps may be included in the method, either on a routine or non-inventive basis. In steps where there is logically no necessary causal relationship, the execution order of the steps is not limited to the execution order provided by the embodiments of the present application. The method may be performed sequentially or and in accordance with the method shown in the embodiments or drawings when the actual process or apparatus is performed.
For easy understanding, a detailed description of a plug-in deployment method provided in the present application is provided below by using a specific embodiment, where the following specific embodiment is illustrated by using a mobile phone as an example. Fig. 4 shows a flow chart of a plug-in deployment method. As shown in fig. 4, the method may include the steps of:
step S401, in response to the received add-on operation, displaying a plug-in selection interface.
In an alternative implementation manner, a user can click on an icon of the add-on plug-in a drop-down menu of the mobile phone, and the mobile phone displays a plug-in selection interface in response to the operation of clicking on the icon of the add-on plug-in by the user; in the plug-in selection interface, alternative candidate plug-ins may be included.
In another optional implementation manner, the user can press the blank area of the desktop currently displayed by the mobile phone for a long time, the mobile phone responds to the operation that the user presses the blank area of the desktop currently displayed by the mobile phone for a long time, a desktop operation interface is displayed below the desktop of the mobile phone, an icon for adding the plug-in can be contained in the desktop operation interface, and the mobile phone responds to the operation that the user clicks the icon for adding the plug-in, and a plug-in selection interface is displayed. The current display desktop can be a first display desktop or a second display desktop.
Step S402, in response to the triggering operation for the target plugin, at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plugin is determined in the first display desktop.
In an alternative embodiment, the user may select one or N plug-ins from the candidate plug-ins as the target plug-ins, N being an integer greater than 1; responding to the operation of dragging the target plug-in by a user, and determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the first display desktop by the mobile phone; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of the set unit area, and the set unit area may be the area of the icon with the size of 1*1 or the area of the icon with the size of 2×2.
Step S403, in response to an operation of selecting a target position from at least one candidate position by the user, displaying an icon of the target plug-in at the target position.
In an alternative embodiment, the user may select at least one candidate position as the target position from candidate positions for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the first display desktop or the second display interface, and the mobile phone displays the icon of the target plug-in at the target position in response to the operation of clicking the target position by the user.
Specifically, in the following embodiment, an area where an icon having a size of 1*1 is set as a unit area will be described as an example.
In an alternative embodiment, the handset displays a drop down menu interface in response to a user initiating operation of the handset drop down menu, as shown in fig. 5, in which add-in icons, calculator icons, and bluetooth icons may be included. The user can click the add-on plug-in icon, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of clicking the add-on plug-in icon by the user to display a plug-in selection interface, as shown in fig. 6; in the plug-in selection interface, a rearrangement selection flag 601 and alternative candidate plug-ins, such as a punch plug-in, clock plug-in, weather plug-in, etc., may be included.
In one embodiment, taking a user selecting one of the candidate plug-ins as a target plug-in as an example, when the user does not click the rearrangement selection mark 601, that is, does not rearrange the positions of the application icons included in the first display desktop, the user may drag the target plug-in to the first display desktop, and the mobile phone determines at least one candidate position in the first display desktop for displaying the icons of the target plug-in response to the operation of dragging the target plug-in to the first display desktop by the user.
Illustratively, as shown in fig. 7, assuming that a user selects a card punching card from candidate cards as a target card and drags the card punching card to the first display desktop, the mobile phone determines a blank area in the first display desktop in response to the operation of dragging the card punching card to the first display desktop by the user, and takes a square area with the largest area from the blank area as a candidate position, for example, a candidate position 701; then, the square area corresponding to the candidate position 701 is removed from the blank area, and the square area with the largest next area is determined as a candidate position, for example, the candidate position 702, in the remaining blank area; the above steps are repeated, and candidate positions 703 and 704 are successively determined until the remaining blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
The user can select a target position from at least one candidate position determined by the mobile phone in the first display desktop, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of selecting the target position by the user to display the icon of the target plug-in on the target position. For example, the user may select one target position from the candidate position 701, the candidate position 702, the candidate position 703, and the candidate position 704, and assuming that the user takes the candidate position 701 as the target position, the mobile phone displays an icon of the card punching card on the candidate position 701 in response to an operation of clicking the candidate position 701 by the user, as shown in fig. 8.
In another embodiment, when the user clicks the rearrangement selection mark 601, that is, rearranges the positions of the application icons included in the first display desktop, the mobile phone rearranges the positions of the application icons included in the first display desktop according to a preset rule in response to a triggering operation of the user on the rearrangement selection mark 601, as shown in fig. 9. When the mobile phone arranges the positions of the application icons contained in the first display desktop, the application icons can be arranged row by row in a left-to-right order according to a preset rule. The user can select one plug-in from the candidate plug-ins as a target plug-in, drag the target plug-in to the first display desktop, and the mobile phone determines at least one candidate position in the first display desktop for displaying the icon of the target plug-in response to the operation of dragging the target plug-in to the first display desktop by the user.
Illustratively, as shown in fig. 10, assuming that the user selects a card punching card from the candidate cards as a target card and drags the card punching card to the first display desktop, the mobile phone determines 2 candidate positions, namely a candidate position 1001 and a candidate position 1002, in the first display desktop in response to the operation of dragging the card punching card to the first display desktop by the user, for displaying icons of the card punching card.
The user can select a target position from at least one candidate position determined by the mobile phone, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of selecting the target position by the user to display the icon of the target plug-in on the target position. For example, the user may select one target location from the candidate location 1001 and the candidate location 1002, and assuming that the user takes the candidate location 1001 as the target location, the mobile phone displays an icon of the card punching card on the candidate location 1001 in response to an operation of clicking the candidate location 1001 by the user.
In another embodiment, when there are a plurality of candidate positions determined by the mobile phone, the user can adjust the size of the candidate position determined by the mobile phone, and the mobile phone re-determines the size of any boundary line of any candidate position in response to the moving operation of the user on the candidate position. For example, assuming that the user adjusts the size of the candidate position shown in fig. 10, right boundary line of the candidate position 1001 is adjusted to the left by two setting units, and lower boundary line of the candidate position 1002 is adjusted to the bottom by two setting units, the cell phone changes the sizes of the candidate position 1001 and the candidate position 1002 in response to the user's operation of adjusting the candidate position 1001 and the candidate position 1002, and displays the adjusted candidate position 1001 and candidate position 1002 as shown in fig. 11.
In another embodiment, after determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the first display desktop in response to the operation of dragging the target plug-in to the first display desktop by the user, the user may slide the first display desktop to the left or to the right, display the second display desktop in response to the operation of sliding the first display desktop to the left or to the right by the user, and determine at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the second display desktop.
Illustratively, as shown in fig. 12, assume that the user slides the first display desktop rightward on the basis of the first display desktop shown in fig. 7, the mobile phone displays the second display desktop in response to the user's operation of sliding the first display desktop rightward, and determines two candidate positions, namely a candidate position 1201 and a candidate position 1202, in the second display desktop, for displaying icons of the card punching plug-in.
The user can select a target position from at least one candidate position determined by the mobile phone in the second display desktop, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of selecting the target position by the user to display the icon of the target plug-in on the target position.
In another embodiment, taking the case that the user selects N plug-ins from the candidate plug-ins as the target plug-ins for explanation, N is an integer greater than 1, when the user does not click the rearrangement selection mark 601, responding to the triggering operation of the user on the target plug-ins, and selecting N areas with set unit areas from the blank areas in the first display desktop as N candidate positions; each candidate location is used to display a target plug-in.
Illustratively, as shown in fig. 13, assuming that the user takes the card punching card and the clock card of the candidate cards as target cards, i.e., n=2, and drags the card punching card and the clock card to the first display desktop, the mobile phone determines two areas of the set unit area as candidate positions in the first display desktop in response to the operation of dragging the card punching card and the clock card to the first display desktop by the user, each candidate position being used for displaying one target card. For example, candidate location 1301 and candidate location 1302, candidate location 1301 may be used to display a punch card, candidate location 1302 may be used to display a clock card; then, the areas corresponding to the two candidate positions are removed from the blank area of the first display desktop, and candidate positions for displaying part or all of the target cards in the N cards are selected in the remaining blank area until the remaining blank area is smaller than the set unit area, for example, candidate position 1303, candidate position 1304, and candidate position 1305.
The user can select one target position for each target plug-in a plurality of candidate positions determined by the mobile phone in the first display desktop, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of selecting any target position by the user to display an icon corresponding to the target plug-in on the target position. For example, for a punch card, the user takes candidate position 1305 as the target position, and for a clock card, the user takes candidate position 1303 as the target position; the handset displays icons of the card punching plug-ins on candidate positions 1305 and displays the clock plug-ins on candidate positions 1303 in response to the user's operation of selecting a plurality of target positions, as shown in fig. 14.
In this embodiment, the size of the plurality of candidate locations determined by the mobile phone may also be changed; or, the mobile phone can also respond to the operation of clicking the rearrangement selection mark by the user to rearrange the positions of the application icons in the first display desktop; or, the mobile phone can also respond to the operation of sliding the mobile phone desktop leftwards or rightwards by the user, display a second display desktop, and determine a plurality of candidate positions on the second display desktop; the execution steps are the same as the execution steps in which the user selects one plug-in from the candidate plug-ins as the target plug-in, and will not be described here again.
In another alternative implementation manner, the user can start the plug-in selection interface by pressing the operation of the mobile phone to display the blank area of the desktop.
Specifically, the mobile phone responds to the operation that a user presses the blank area of the desktop currently displayed by the mobile phone for a long time, and a desktop operation interface is displayed below the desktop of the mobile phone; as shown in fig. 15, in the desktop operation interface, an "add plug-in" icon, a "change wallpaper" icon, and a "desktop setting" icon may be included, and the mobile phone displays a plug-in selection interface in response to the user clicking the icon of adding a plug-in. The current display desktop can be a first display desktop or a second display desktop.
In the plug-in selection interface, selectable candidate plug-ins can be included, a user can select one or more plug-ins from the candidate plug-ins as target plug-ins, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of dragging the target plug-ins by the user to determine at least one candidate position of an icon for displaying the target plug-ins in a first display desktop; the user can select at least one candidate position as a target position from candidate positions for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the first display desktop, and the mobile phone responds to the operation of clicking the target position by the user to display the icon of the target plug-in on the target position.
Based on the same inventive concept, there is also provided in an embodiment of the present application a card deployment device, as shown in fig. 16, including:
a first display unit 1601 that displays a plug-in selection interface in response to a received add-on operation; the plug-in selection interface comprises candidate plug-ins which can be selected;
a determining unit 1602, responsive to a trigger operation for a target plug-in, for determining at least one candidate position for displaying an icon of the target plug-in a first display desktop; the target plug-in is one or more plug-ins selected from the candidate plug-ins by a user; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of a set unit area;
The second display unit 1603 displays an icon of the target plug-in at a target position in response to an operation of selecting the target position from the at least one candidate position by the user.
In a possible implementation manner, the determining unit 1602 is specifically configured to:
if the target plug-in is one plug-in selected by the user from the candidate plug-ins; responding to the triggering operation for the target plug-in, and determining a blank area in the first display desktop;
taking a square area with the largest area from the blank area as a candidate position;
and repeating the steps of removing the square area corresponding to the candidate position from the blank area and taking the square area with the largest area as the candidate position in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
In a possible implementation manner, the determining unit 1602 is specifically configured to:
if the target plugin is N plugins selected by a user from the candidate plugins, responding to the triggering operation for the target plugin, and selecting N areas with set unit areas from the blank areas in the first display desktop as N candidate positions; each candidate location is for displaying a target plug-in;
And removing the areas corresponding to the N candidate positions from the blank area, and selecting the candidate positions for displaying part or all of the N plug-ins in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
In a possible implementation manner, the determining unit 1602 is specifically configured to:
the size of any candidate location is redetermined in response to a user movement operation with respect to any boundary line of the candidate location.
In a possible implementation manner, the second display unit 1603 is specifically configured to:
before the operation of responding to the user to select the target position from the at least one candidate position, responding to the sliding operation on the first display desktop, displaying a second display desktop, and determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the second display desktop.
In a possible embodiment, an arrangement unit 1701 may be further included between the first display unit 1601 and the determining unit 1602, as shown in fig. 17, where the arrangement unit 1701 is specifically configured to:
the plug-in selection interface comprises a rearrangement selection mark, and before the candidate position of at least one icon for displaying the target plug-in is determined in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation of the target plug-in, the positions of application icons contained in the first display desktop are arranged according to a preset rule in a row-by-row sequence from left to right in response to the triggering operation of the rearrangement selection mark.
Based on the same inventive concept, embodiments of the present application provide a computer-readable storage medium, which when executed by a processor, enables the processor to perform any one of the plug-in deployment methods implemented in the above embodiments.
It will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that embodiments of the present application may be provided as a method, system, or computer program product. Accordingly, the present application may take the form of an entirely hardware embodiment, an entirely software embodiment, or an embodiment combining software and hardware aspects. Furthermore, the present application may take the form of a computer program product embodied on one or more computer-usable storage media (including, but not limited to, disk storage, CD-ROM, optical storage, and the like) having computer-usable program code embodied therein.
The present application is described with reference to flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams of methods, apparatus (systems) and computer program products according to the application. It will be understood that each flow and/or block of the flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams, and combinations of flows and/or blocks in the flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams, can be implemented by computer program instructions. These computer program instructions may be provided to a processor of a general purpose computer, special purpose computer, embedded processor, or other programmable data processing apparatus to produce a machine, such that the instructions, which execute via the processor of the computer or other programmable data processing apparatus, create means for implementing the functions specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
These computer program instructions may also be stored in a computer-readable memory that can direct a computer or other programmable data processing apparatus to function in a particular manner, such that the instructions stored in the computer-readable memory produce an article of manufacture including instruction means which implement the function specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
These computer program instructions may also be loaded onto a computer or other programmable data processing apparatus to cause a series of operational steps to be performed on the computer or other programmable apparatus to produce a computer implemented process such that the instructions which execute on the computer or other programmable apparatus provide steps for implementing the functions specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications and variations can be made in the present application without departing from the spirit or scope of the application. Thus, if such modifications and variations of the present application fall within the scope of the claims and the equivalents thereof, the present application is intended to cover such modifications and variations.

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1. A terminal device, comprising: a display, a memory, and a processor;
the display is configured to display an interface of the terminal device when in operation;
the memory is configured to store a program or data used by the terminal device to operate;
the processor is configured to display a plug-in selection interface through the display in response to receiving a plug-in adding operation; the plug-in selection interface comprises candidate plug-ins which can be selected; responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and determining a blank area in a first display desktop; taking a square area with the largest area from the blank area as a candidate position; repeating the steps of removing the square area corresponding to the candidate position from the blank area and taking the square area with the largest area as the candidate position in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area; the target plug-in is one or more plug-ins selected from the candidate plug-ins by a user; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of the set unit area; each candidate location is used for displaying any target plugin; and displaying an icon of the target plug-in at the target position in response to a user selecting the target position from at least one candidate position.
2. The terminal device of claim 1, wherein the plug-in selection interface includes a rearrangement selection flag therein, the processor further configured to:
before determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation for the target plug-in, arranging the positions of the application icons contained in the first display desktop according to a preset rule in a row-by-row order from left to right in response to the triggering operation for the rearrangement selection mark.
3. The terminal device according to claim 1, wherein the target plugins are N plugins selected by a user from the candidate plugins, N being an integer greater than 1; the processor is specifically configured to:
responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and selecting N areas with set unit areas from the blank areas in the first display desktop as N candidate positions; each candidate location is for displaying a target plug-in;
and removing the areas corresponding to the N candidate positions from the blank area, and selecting the candidate positions for displaying part or all of the N plug-ins in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
4. The terminal device of claim 1, wherein the processor is specifically configured to:
the size of any candidate location is redetermined in response to a user movement operation with respect to any boundary line of the candidate location.
5. The terminal device according to any of claims 1-4, wherein the processor is specifically configured to:
before the operation of responding to the user to select the target position from the at least one candidate position, responding to the sliding operation on the first display desktop, displaying a second display desktop, and determining at least one candidate position for displaying the icon of the target plug-in the second display desktop.
6. A method for deploying a plug-in, the method being applied to a terminal device, the method comprising:
displaying a plug-in selection interface in response to the received add-in operation; the plug-in selection interface comprises candidate plug-ins which can be selected;
responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and determining a blank area in a first display desktop; taking a square area with the largest area from the blank area as a candidate position; repeating the steps of removing the square area corresponding to the candidate position from the blank area and taking the square area with the largest area as the candidate position in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area;
The target plug-in is one or more plug-ins selected from the candidate plug-ins by a user; the size of the candidate position is a multiple of a set unit area; each candidate location is used for displaying any target plugin;
and displaying an icon of the target plug-in at the target position in response to a user selecting the target position from at least one candidate position.
7. The method of claim 6, wherein the target plugin is N plugins selected by a user from the candidate plugins, N being an integer greater than 1; the method for determining the candidate position of at least one icon for displaying the target plugin in the first display desktop in response to the triggering operation for the target plugin comprises the following steps:
responding to a triggering operation for a target plug-in, and selecting N areas with set unit areas from the blank areas in the first display desktop as N candidate positions; each candidate location is for displaying a target plug-in;
and removing the areas corresponding to the N candidate positions from the blank area, and selecting the candidate positions for displaying part or all of the N plug-ins in the rest blank area until the rest blank area is smaller than the set unit area.
8. A computer-readable storage medium having a computer program stored therein, characterized in that: the computer program, when executed by a processor, implements the method of any of claims 6-7.
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