Mortar / Flow / Dagger 2 requires to write a lot of boilerplate code. Auto Mortar is an annotation processor that focuses on eliminating the maximum of that boilerplate. No magic tricks here, just some straightforward and human readable code generated for you.
Auto Dagger2 is an annotation processor built on top of the Dagger2 annotation processor. It basically generates the component for you.
The goal is to reduce the boilerplate code required by Dagger2 when you have "empty" or simple components. It is usually the case in Android development.
You can also mix manually written components with the ones generated by Auto Dagger2. Auto Dagger2 produces the human-readable code you would (hopefully) write yourself.
Bitmap Merger is a simple project help you to merge two bitmaps without memory exceptions. The bitmaps are processed in background threads thereby taking the load away from UI thread. Along with merge, it also contains the image decoder for decoding images from resources/disk and are sampled to prevent
The idea of this android library is to give the possibility to display two texts inside the imageitself. These texts could be the title or the description of the image or something else. Also there should be various settings to customise these texts and everything else.
This project is the Android component of the MobileDeepLinking specification, the industry standard for mobile application deeplinking. This spec and accompanying libraries simplify and reduce implementation time of deep links as well as provide flexible and powerful features for routing to custom behavior.
DeepLinkDispatch provides a declarative, annotation-based API to declare application deep links.
You can register an
Activity to handle specific deep links by annotating it with
@DeepLink and a URI. DeepLinkDispatch will parse the URI and dispatch the deep link to the appropriate Activity, along with any parameters specified in the URI.
PCollections serves as a persistent and immutable analogue of the Java Collections Framework. This includes efficient, thread-safe, generic, immutable, and persistent stacks, maps, vectors, sets, and bags, compatible with their Java Collections counterparts.