Routes

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Kotlin
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Created
Jun 19, 2020
Updated
Jan 16, 2021
Owner
Greg Hynds (greghynds)
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Greg Hynds (greghynds)
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Routes

A tiny Android library for testable navigation logic

Overview

  • A Route is a simple abstraction of Android's Intent class.
  • Routes can be created with a set of parameters, just like a Bundle.
  • Routes don't depend on the Android framework, so they can be used in unit tests

Usage

Create a Route

// create a route with parameters
val route = Route.to(DestinationActivity::class.java)
    .param("foo", 123)
    .param("bar", true)
    .create()

Launch a Route

// launch the route directly 
startActivity(route)

// or convert to an Intent 
val intent = intentFor(route)
startActivity(intent)

Receive parameters

// access params directly from the Intent
val foo = intent?.extras?.getInt("foo")
val bar = intent?.extras?.getBoolean("bar")

// or use the withParams() extension
withParams {
    val foo = getInt("foo")
    val bar = getBoolean("bar")
}

Sample

You can find an example of using Routes and testing them in the sample project.

Installing

Routes is available on JitPack. To include it in your project, add the following line to your build.gradle:

dependencies {
    implementation 'com.github.greghynds:routes:1.0.0'
}

Building

The project can be built by navigating to the root directory and running:

./gradlew clean build

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

License

Apache License 2.0