Code example for TabHost

Methods: getCurrentTabTag

    protected void onSaveInstanceState(Bundle outState) {
        outState.putString("tab", mTabHost.getCurrentTabTag());
     * This is a helper class that implements a generic mechanism for 
     * associating fragments with the tabs in a tab host.  It relies on a 
     * trick.  Normally a tab host has a simple API for supplying a View or 
     * Intent that each tab will show.  This is not sufficient for switching 
     * between fragments.  So instead we make the content part of the tab host 
     * 0dp high (it is not shown) and the TabManager supplies its own dummy 
     * view to show as the tab content.  It listens to changes in tabs, and takes 
     * care of switch to the correct fragment shown in a separate content area 
     * whenever the selected tab changes. 
    public static class TabManager implements TabHost.OnTabChangeListener {