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how to detect application termination to store data on exit?

Hi Experts,

How to detect application termination to store data on exit and retrieve it on next start.

which event I should listen to??

Thanks in advance.

— asked August 19th 2010 by Chirag Patel
  • application
  • close
  • data
  • exit
  • iphone
  • store
  • termination

2 Answers

  • I don't think you can do this on iphone
    Try to intercept the CLOSE event but I'm not sure it works on iphone

    win.addEventListener(Titanium.CLOSE, function(e){

    I think the best way it's so save the data on each step your user does ( ofcourse if it's not too often ) and you will have it on the next start.

    — answered August 19th 2010 by Dan Tamas
  • My application is closed and navigate to home screen using setting both [exitOnClose:true; OR Titanium.Android.currentActivity.finish();] but at settings->manage application->running it showing my application icon running list at back end so how to resolve this issue?I want when my application is gets closed at a time i want to stop back end running process also.please help me out.

    — answered November 19th 2011 by Fernan Delgado
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