Use one line to apply almost famous libraries of proguard configurations.
Set of Proguard rules that need to be configured for some frequently used libraries.
Easy to use inline
@Keep annotation to keep class.
Example Proguard configurations for common Android libraries.
This project assumes that your ProGuard configuration is based off of the latest official proguard-android.txt config as shown below. Each library configuration should only be the rules required for that specific library, not a complete Android ProGuard configuration. The various library configurations are combined by the Gradle build system. The library rules should be universal, any app specific rules (such as preserving model classes) should be added in a custom
If you do any serious Android development, you've probably used ProGuard to obfuscate, optimise and shrink your application. In that case it's also very likely that ProGuarding your app has broken your release builds, took a few hours of your time away while pulling your hair out.
Squad leader includes two annotations that you can add to your code to specify that you want to @Keep a class, method or field and it's name. There's also a @KeepName annotation that does the same, but only if the annotated element is actually used in your code.
ProGuard is a free Java class file shrinker, optimizer, obfuscator, and preverifier. It detects and removes unused classes, fields, methods, and attributes. It optimizes bytecode and removes unused instructions. It renames the remaining classes, fields, and methods using short meaningless names.