An Android library that allows you to figure out the quality of the current user's internet connection. The connection gets classified into several "Connection Classes" that make it easy to develop against. The library does this by listening to the existing internet traffic done by your app and notifying you when the user's connection quality changes. Developers can then use this Connection Class information and adjust the application's behavior.
AndroidQuery is an Android SQLite and ContentProvider ORM powered by an annotation preprocessor. It focus on easy of use without sacrificing performances.
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Gradle Script Kotlin provides support for writing Gradle build scripts using JetBrains' Kotlin language. It aims to provide Gradle users with a rich, flexible and statically-typed approach to developing build logic in conjunction with the best IDE and tooling experience possible.
Espresso is a great tool to test our Android apps via instrumental tests. With them, we can mimic user actions like clicking a button, scrolling a list, selecting an item on a spinner or swiping on a pager. Then, we can assert that a text appears in the screen, an image is visible or invisible, or a button is enabled or not.
On the other hand, if you tried Espresso, you’ll agree that its API is not discoverable.
Barista introduces a discoverable API for the Espresso features. So, you and all the Android team will write instrumental tests with no effort.
This is an Android project. You, as a mobile developer, can use this library to show a material about screen in your apps. It was build to make your life easier when introducing you to your users, and also, to create a about screen pattern for material android apps. It's really simple and dynamic, check it out.
A pretty and simple storage/directory chooser library for 4.4+ devices. This library was created to be included in OpenGApps App. There are too many storage chooser out there but this one is too materially :stuckouttongue: . Easy to implement and does not take a lot of your valueable time in setting-up all the other necessary things that every developer seeks, like
RxJava is a Java VM implementation of Reactive Extensions: a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs by using observable sequences.
It extends the observer pattern to support sequences of data/events and adds operators that allow you to compose sequences together declaratively while abstracting away concerns about things like low-level threading, synchronization, thread-safety and concurrent data structures.
A collection of source code generators for Java.