Funny Solution to play YouTubePlayerView on Customized Fragment

Why we need

Conclusion and Utils Sample

Code Tracing

YouTubePlayerView(Context var1, AttributeSet var2, int var3, YouTubePlayerView.b var4) { 
super((Context)ab.a(var1, “context cannot be null”), var2, var3);
this.c = (YouTubePlayerView.b)ab.a(var4, “listener cannot be null”);
....
}
public class YouTubeBaseActivity extends Activity {                               
private YouTubeBaseActivity.a a;

protected void onStart() {
super.onStart();
if (this.b != null) { this.b.a(); }
}
protected void onResume() {
super.onResume();
if (this.b != null) { this.b.b(); }
}
....
}
YouTubePlayerFragment youTubePlayerFragment = getFragmentManager().findFragmentById(R.id.youtube_fragment);youTubePlayerFragment.initialize(DeveloperKey.DEVELOPER_KEY, this);
if (this.c != null && this.e != null) {
this.c.a(this.getActivity(), this, this.d, this.e, this.b);
}
final void a(final Activity var1, Provider var2, String var3, OnInitializedListener var4, Bundle var5) { ... }
public void onSaveInstanceState(Bundle var1) {
super.onSaveInstanceState(var1);
Bundle var2 = this.c != null ? this.c.e() : this.b;
...
}
final Bundle e() {
return this.e == null ? this.i : this.e.h();
}

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