Android Annotation Library for Widgets Design.
A simple dependency injection library for Android.
GhostFish is a very lightweight and fast dependency injection container for Android.
Using annotation processors, GhostFish compiles a list of application scoped beans in asset/beans.txt file.
During this stage, it also adds code allowing dependency injection to every non-bean class containing at least 1
Tiny lifecycle aware dependency provider for Android. It's inspired in the ViewModelProviders from Android Architecture Components and it relies on Service Tree to retain instances organized according to the structure and active components of your application. It aims to manage object creation in a smart way.
Annotation Field Injector Library written in Kotlin
PyxInjector help you to inject field, methods by various annotation field.
An integration Module for injecting Google Architecture Components' ViewModel into Dagger2-injected Android activities and fragments.
Inject automatically your Activities & Fragments, just with a simple annotation.
DecleX is an open source framework that aims to get closer to a fully Declarative Language for Android Development. It facilitates the writing and the maintenance of applications, reducing the amount of code that should be written. It uses a clean Pseudo Java Code and Java Annotations, getting rid of the verbosity of the Java Language itself.
Android library that generates app shortcuts for activities and methods annotated with
@Shortcut. No need to touch the manifest, create XML files or use the shortcut manager. Just annotate the code that you want the shortcut to call.
Common scopes, qualifiers, modules and few utilities for Dagger 2.
Light version of ButterKnife's concepts.
Tiger - the fastest java dependency injection framework.
Lightweight Dagger 2 scoped component management library.
A fast dependency injector for Android and Java. Kinject has been thought to get the following objectives:
Toothpick is a scope tree based Dependency Injection (DI) library for Java.
It is a full-featured, runtime based, but reflection free, implementation of JSR 330.
Spork is an annotation processing library to speed up development on your projects. It allows you to write less boilerplate code to make your code more readable and maintainable.
A lightweight view and resource injection library for android
The indirect-injector simplify confusion of communication between activity and fragment, and dependencies.
Tiny and nice injections syntax sugar for Android. If you're using heavy injection frameworks just to inject views and resources try this.
Feather is an ultra-lightweight dependency injection (JSR-330) library for Java and Android. It's main goal is to deliver easy-to-use basic dependency injection functionality with high performance and - taken to the extreme - small footprint.
Vitamin Saber provides resource injection for Android (@InjectResource(resId)). It is annotation processor based and will provide all the speed you need on Android by avoiding reflection.
Dagger Play is a small set of reusable classes for Dagger injection. There many ways to implement Dagger into your project. Unfortunately memory leaks can occur easily if you implement it without attention.
Use annotations to simplify android development.
Using Java Annotations and Reflection, this library will allow you to replace some of annoying boilerplate setup from your Activities, Fragments, and Views with an annotation based approach.
Extra "injection" library for Android which uses annotation processing to generate code that does direct field assignment of your extras.
Dart is inspired by ButterKnife.
Write less code! Don't inflate views, menus, preferences manually anymore!
A lightweight dependency injection framework for Android.
Inspired by MiniGuice and RoboGuice.
Layout inflation library for Android which uses annotation processing to write the code you don't want to write and simplify your compound views.
Use the annotation
@AfterInflate on your compound view's methods you want to run straight after the layout is inflated with Michelangelo.