The library allows to format user input on the fly according to the provided mask and to extract valueable characters.
Simple java library for displaying date/time as relative time ago language.
Kirai means phrase in Swahili language.
Yuga parses text for any date format and returns the date object. No need to know format type.
Lightweight android library for highlighting Strings inside of a textview (ignoring case), with optional callbacks.
The Simple Number Separator is the lightweight library for separate number with coma in android or dot or dynamically by your locale device.
You can convert all numbers between English, Persian, and Arabic using this library. It's simple and reliable to use it with Java or Kotlin.
Simple currency formatter for Android
JustifiedTextView is an android view that justifies the text. Gives support to older Android versions because "setJustificationMode" was introduced until API 26.
EditText component for currency types. Handles decimal and thousand separators for different locales.
DateTimeTemplate is date/time formatting library supporting formatting placeholders, i.e.
Today is %DDD%, %k%:%ii% %a% once formatted would produce
Today is Wednesday, 6:21a. Supports abbreviated day/month names, 12/24hrs clocks, leading-zero values and localization.
Phrase is an Android string resource templating library.
Android component that solve the problem with not auto fitting content to the boundaries.
Working on scaling instead of font size changing. Can operate on any view inside the container.
A library to format dates as described in Material Design guidelines.
SRML: "String Resource Markup Language"
Mark up your Android string resources with an impressive suite of formatting tags.
WhatsappFormatter repo helps to perform formatting just like whatsapp does it on its
A simplelibrary to shorten long numbers.
ColorPhrase is an Android string resource color setting library.
TaggerString is very light library which allows to build dynamic string resource in much more readable way.
A rich text editor (based on QuillJs and MRichTextEditor) ported to Kotlin.