FieldSetView is an Android custom view which mimics the "fieldset" tag in HTML.
A Simple, Customizable VectorAnalogClock View for Android.
DurationView allows you to create a view to display durations split into categories.
For example, if you wish to display Days, Hours, Mins and Secs together, instead of create multiple views, and their corresponding labels, DurationView will do that with just one view.
DrawingView allows the user to draw with different brushes and provides some features.
Custom Views that can hide/show a View with some Animations (inspired by the Android FAB).
A floating view helper lib to let you create floating view above other views!
aDateSwitcher is a custom android view that switches to your desired date range returns a
Map<DateRange,Date> of top and bottom date values.
A library to create simple alerts easily with some customization. Written in Kotlin but works for both Kotlin and Java.
Simple android library to present an animated ferris wheel.
Android TreeView is used to display data in tree structures.
A Write Less Do More Library for Android.
A simple Timeline View that demonstrates the power of ConstraintLayout and RecyclerView.
An Android library to implement TicketView in android with normal, rounded and scallop corners.
Android view for providing blocks (Edit Texts) to achieve verification process. This view is enhanced with move to next view when user enter a value in edit text. Providing some methods for controlling value in verification view.
Android view that has a value that can be incremented or decremented by one. This view can be used in most common cases like delivery apps and e-commerce apps.
Android generic settings library to handle all kinds of items in your application. Equivalent to Native settings preference.
DragableView you can merge various views into one layout with drag and drop animation. For example if you have 3 ImageViews(source view) and one MainImageView(destination view) and you want to implement drag-drop animation to drag one of the
ImageView (source) and drop on
MainImageView (destination view).