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Fingerprint Screen

Introduction

This screen allows the user to unlock the mobile application using their fingerprint after onboarding. Inside the flow component, this screen will come first if fingerprint was enabled during onboarding. A SKIP button is also provided to skip fingerprint and use a passcode instead.

Fingerprint Screen

Examples

val screen = FingerprintScreen(getTargetContext())
val css = FingerprintScreenSettings.Builder()
        .setPasscodeButtonVisible(false)
        .setFingerprintImageVisible(false)
        .setDetailTextVisible(false)
        .setTitleVisible(false)
        .setPasscodeButtonText("Use Passcode")
        .setDetailText("Detailed information")
        .setTitle("Title")
        .build()
screen.initialize(css)
FingerprintScreen screen = new FingerprintScreen(getTargetContext());
FingerprintScreenSettings css = new FingerprintScreenSettings.Builder()
        .setPasscodeButtonVisible(false)
        .setFingerprintImageVisible(false)
        .setDetailTextVisible(false)
        .setTitleVisible(false)
        .setPasscodeButtonText("Use Passcode")
        .setDetailText("Detailed information")
        .setTitle("Title")
        .build();
screen.initialize(css);

Last update: August 12, 2020