Great sound quality, audio cleanliness and very smooth interface. Playing the folder structure, artist or album or create your own playlists with local or online tracks.
SwipeableRV is a library that provides a fast and convenient way to implement the 'swipe to dismiss' feature in Recycler View, as seen in apps such as Messenger.
SwipeableRV wraps around
ItemTouchHelper from the Android Support Library. Therefore, developers do not need to do any extra work on
ItemTouchHelper.Callback themselves. Instead they can just focus on creating a recycler view, adapter, and view holder as normal, plus some minimal work on specifying some details such as supported swipe directions, deletion message or icon.
This library add the ability to listen for drawable click events for TextView, EditText and AutoCompleteTextView normally added in XML with
android:drawableStart etc... or in code with
setCompoundDrawables(...) and similar.
With this library you can flat a layout used to side any widget with an
ImageButton added to listen for click on the icon, to one unique custom view.
Clean MVP Architecture with Dagger2 + Retrofit2 + Fresco + GenericRecyclerAdapter for Kotlin.
This repo contains demo module which retrieves mars images from the NASA API. The main purpose of the repo is to reduce the time spent on starting a new project or adding new modules to your existing project. You can add new modules with just 2-3 clicks without writing any code.
Simple and light library to do validate observable fields with MVVM for android
Rules are validated one by one (the order is important), the first invalid Rule will break the chain and set errorMessage. Rules are validated onPropertyChange. You can create your own rules using Rule interface. You can use single Rule or many by RuleCommand.
Give your users a fantastic experience by providing new and exciting features like: P2P, Proximity, Mesh and Offline connectivity.
By integrating the Bridgefy SDK, app developers ensure that payments, messaging, location-sharing, and ride-hailing apps are still available when people don't have access to data.
Android Architecture Components (AAC) is a new collection of libraries that contains the lifecycle-aware components. It can solve problems with configuration changes, supports data persistence, reduces boilerplate code, helps to prevent memory leaks and simplifies async data loading into your UI. I can’t say that it brings absolutely new approaches for solving these issues, but, finally, we have a formal, single and official direction.
The MSAL library for Android gives your app the ability to begin using the Microsoft Cloud by supporting Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Accounts in a converged experience using industry standard OAuth2 and OpenID Connect. The library also supports Azure AD B2C.