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test-butler - Reliable Android Testing, at your service

  •    Java

Reliable Android testing, at your service.Test Butler was inspired by the Google presentation "Going Green: Cleaning up the Toxic Mobile Environment". For more background, read the Test Butler announcement blog post.

html-textview - TextView to display simple HTML content

  •    Java

HtmlTextView is an extended TextView component for Android, which can load HTML and converts it into Spannable for displaying it. It is a replacement for usage of the WebView component, which behaves strange on some Android versions, flickers while loading, etc.The library also includes a workaround to prevent TextView from crashing on specific Android versions and the possibility to load images from local drawables folder or from the Internet.

flexbox-layout - Flexbox for Android

  •    Kotlin

FlexboxLayout is a library project which brings the similar capabilities of CSS Flexible Box Layout Module to Android.There are two ways of using Flexbox in your layout.

MaterialDateTimePicker - Pick a date or time on Android in style

  •    Java

Material DateTime Picker tries to offer you the date and time pickers as shown in the Material Design spec, with an easy themable API. The library uses the code from the Android frameworks as a base and tweaked it to be as close as possible to Material Design example.Support for Android 4.0 and up.




MaterialStepperView - Steppers - Material Design Components for Android

  •    Java

Currently, we have only made Vertical style stepper view.There will be more styles in the future.

Store - Android Library for Async Data Loading and Caching

  •    Java

Store is an Android library for effortless, reactive data loading.A Store is a class that simplifies fetching, parsing, storage, and retrieval of data in your application. A Store is similar to the Repository pattern [https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff649690.aspx] while exposing a Reactive API built with RxJava that adheres to a unidirectional data flow.

GraphView - Android Graph Library for creating zoomable and scrollable line and bar graphs.

  •    Java

GraphView is a library for Android to programmatically create flexible and nice-looking diagrams. It is easy to understand, to integrate and to customize.

cwac-cam2 - Android Camera API, Made Better. Again.

  •    Java

This library is discontinued and deprecated. New projects should look elsewhere, and existing projects should plan on migrating to something else. If you wish to continue exploring this library, read on.


Android_Data - Some Android learning materials, hoping to help you learn Android development.

  •    Java

收集整理这份资料主要帮助初学者学习 Android 开发, 希望能快速帮助到他们快速入门, 找到适合自己学习资料, 节省再去收集学习资料时间. 这份资料我会不断的更新完善, 同时也欢迎更多具有丰富经验的Android开发者将自己常用的工具、学习资料、学习心得等分享上来, 我将定期筛选合并, 该份学习资料有不足的地方, 也请指出, 我会谦虚接受改正, 希望我能与大家一起来学习, 谢谢.

AdaptableBottomNavigation - A simpler way for implementing the Bottom Navigation View on Android

  •    Java

AdaptableBottomNavigationView - The Bottom Navigation View for displaying navigation items in a bar at the bottom of the screen. This view extends the BottomNavigationView from the Design Support Library, so the two classes are easily interchangable in your projects. FragmentStateAdapter / FragmentAdapter - An abstract adapter that allows you to create an adapter for displaying fragments within the ViewSwapper. These classes are the same as the implementations found within the Android Framework, agan with a few tweaks to better match the behaviour of the View Swapper component.

TileView - TileView is a subclass of android

  •    Java

The TileView widget is a subclass of ViewGroup that provides a mechanism to asynchronously display tile-based images, with additional functionality for 2D dragging, flinging, pinch or double-tap to zoom, adding overlaying Views (markers), built-in Hot Spot support, dynamic path drawing, multiple levels of detail, and support for any relative positioning or coordinate system. Properly configured, TileView can render tiles quickly enough be appear seamless.

WilliamChart - Android library to create charts.

  •    Java

Williamchart is an Android Library to help the implementation of charts in android applications. For the ones that would like to contribute, my idea is not only to implement the conventional chart features but instead something that could be pleasant and intuitive while representing and visualizing data. I would prefer to keep charts simple and clean rather than overfeatured. Tested in Android 4.0 and above.

AboutLibraries - AboutLibraries is a library to offer some information of libraries.

  •    Java

The AboutLibraries library allows you to easily create an used open source libraries fragment/activity within your app. As an extra feature you can also add an about this app section. Most modern apps feature a "Used Library"-section, which requires information about those respective libs. As it gets annoying to always copy those strings to your app, I've developed this small helper library to provide the required information.

Android-Iconics - Android-Iconics - Use any icon font, or vector (

  •    Java

If you are an app developer you will know the problem. You start an app but require many different icons, in different sizes (ldpi, mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi, xxhdpi, xxxhdpi), different colors, and different variants. If you get the icons as vector (.svg) or there are many changes over the time, you will always have to get the correct drawables again. Now there's an easy, fast, and small solution for this! The Android-Iconics library.

FastAdapter - The bullet proof, fast and easy to use adapter library, which minimizes developing time to a fraction

  •    Java

The RecyclerView is one of the most used widgets in the Android world, and with it you have to implement an Adapter which provides the items for the view. Most use cases require the same base logic, but require you to write everything again and again. The FastAdapter is here to simplify this process. You don't have to worry about the adapter anymore. Just write the logic for how your view/item should look like, and you are done. This library has a fast and highly optimized core which provides core functionality, most apps require. It also prevents common mistakes by taking away those steps from the devs. Beside being blazing fast, minimizing the code you need to write, it is also really easy to extend. Just provide another adapter implementation, hook into the adapter chain, custom select / deselection behaviors. Everything is possible.

MaterialDrawer - The flexible, easy to use, all in one drawer library for your Android project.

  •    Java

If any (or all) of these questions seem familiar, the MaterialDrawer is the perfect library for you all. Never waste your time again. It provides you with the easiest possible implementation of a navigation drawer for your application. There is a Header with profiles (AccountHeader), a MiniDrawer for Tablets (like Gmail), provide custom DrawerItems, custom colors, custom themes, ... No limits for customizations.

android-tips-tricks - :ballot_box_with_check: [Cheatsheet] Tips and tricks for Android Development

  •    Java

This is a simple set of tips and tricks regarding Android Development which I have gathered from various sources. It helps me direct other android devs in my community regarding stuff each android dev should know about. It is also there for me to keep track of anything I either learn on my own or from other sources now and then when browsing the internet. Contributions are always welcome, hoping people will help me in growing this. To contribute, simply open up a PR with the changes.

easydeviceinfo - :iphone: [Android Library] Get device information in a super easy way.

  •    Java

EasyDeviceInfo is split into multiple module-libraries , v2.2.0 onwards. Use the appropriate one as per your requirement. Starting with 1.1.8, Changes exist in the releases tab.

MaterialStyledDialogs - A library that shows a beautiful and customizable Material-based dialog with header

  •    Java

Android Library that shows a beautiful and customizable Material designed dialog with header. Based on material-dialogs and inspired by this dribbble. A basic dialog will show the provided title (optional) and description, using your primary color as the header background. You have access to methods such as setTitle(), setContent(), setIcon(), setCancelable(), dismiss(), etc. Customizations are explained below.