Bootstrap for your Android Projects.
Get your Android applications off the ground and running quickly with this template. This bootstrap should contain everything you need to get going but not so much you have to spend time stripping things out. If you find your self deleting something frequently then it should probably be removed. This application is highly based off of Jake Wharton's u2020 and has a debug drawer ready and waiting for more awesomeness.
Requirements: Lazybones 0.7+
~/.lazybones/config.groovy and add the following.
bintrayRepositories = [ "pieces/lazybones-templates", "pledbrook/lazybones-templates" ]
lazybones list to see all the available templates. Run
lazybones create <template name> <template version> <target directory> to create a new Velcro project for example run
lazybones create velcro my-awesome-application.
Before diving in and using this project I suggest you check out and understand these libraries. Most of them will do work for you automatically when you use the BaseActivity or BaseFragment.
- Dagger Dependency Injection
- Butter Knife View Injection
- Icepick Save and Restore State
- Android Preferences Better Shared Preferences
- Timber Better Android Logger
- Madge Asset Debugging
- Scalpel View Debugging
A gradle script has been setup so that all you need to do to add your own code to Velcro is to open up the velcro-app and work on it like you would any other Android project. Assuming you keep the same package and application name (Velcro) you should be able to run
gradlew cleanLazybones copyToLazybones. This will copy the files over into their correct location in the archetype project and replace strings with lazybones variables where required. Then run
gradlew installTemplateVelcro to install it to your local lazybones store to try out your changes. This will run an integration test before it publishes so it should in theory work. Note, you will need lazybones installed for the integration test to run.
Copyright 2014 Andrew Reitz Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.