SlidingRootNav - DrawerLayout-like ViewGroup, where a "drawer" is hidden under the content view, which can be shifted to make the drawer visible

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The library is a DrawerLayout-like ViewGroup, where a "drawer" is hidden under the content view, which can be shifted to make the drawer visible. It doesn't provide you with a drawer builder. Add this into your dependencies block.

https://github.com/yarolegovich/SlidingRootNav

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