Very nice article.
Mimmo Grottoli

I talked about how Loaders interact with the lifecycle as part of the article:

Just by calling initLoader(), we’ve hooked into the Activity/Fragment lifecycle and onStopLoading() will be called when the corresponding onStop() is called. However, onReset() is only called when you specifically call destroyLoader() or automatically when the Activity/Fragment is completely destroyed.

If you’re watching for changes until onReset() as I recommended further up in the article, then your Loader will continue to load data until the Fragment/Activity is destroyed. However, the Loader will only deliver data to your LoaderCallbacks between onStartLoading() and onStopLoading().

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