Gradle plugin for publishing Android artifacts to Google Play.
Gradle Plugin that removes unused resources in Android projects.
This is a Gradle plugin for Android projects that fetches localization
strings.xml from localise.biz web service and places it under
res/ folder. Boom! Multiple translations are also supported.
How it works
This plugin adds Gradle
downloadLocaliseTranslations task to Android project which downloads localized
A gradle plugin that decouples through the detach interface and its implementation.
ShieldAuto is a Java based Gradle plugin to manage proguard config for release builds.
This plugin configures JavaCompile tasks to use the Checker Framework.
RoboVersioning is Android Gradle versioning plugin based on Git tags. You can set different versioning on BuildTypes and ProductFlavors. So you can have different versioning on a same git branch. Works well with git-flow and merge-commits.
Injector is just a gradle plugin for android projects which helps making third party android libraries(aar) downloadable. Injector supports android gradle plugin 3.0.0 and higher.
Plugin generates common github links (like repository, issues, vcs etc) for project and configures common plugins. The main intention is to remove boilerplate and simplify project configuration.
Use python modules in gradle build.
Static code analysis for Java and Groovy projects using Checkstyle, PMD, FindBugs and CodeNarc. Plugin implements unified console output for all quality plugins which greatly simplifies developer workflow: only console is required for working with violations and makes it feel the same as java compiler errors.
Gradle AnimalSniffer plugin for Java or groovy projects. AnimalSniffer used to check compatibility with lower java version (when compiling with newer java) or android (sdk version).
Mkdocs documentation generation and publishing plugin.
Gradle plugin for Spoon 2+ and Android Gradle Plugin 3+.
R2Assistant is a tool to generate R2.java's fields rapidly.
Modification of the standard Maven Publish plugin to be compatible with android-library projects (aar).
The android-maven-publish plugin provides a
java plugin (
components.java). The android component is used to determine which aar files to publish, and which dependencies should be listed in the generated POM file.
Android Gradle plugin generates App Shortcuts shortcuts.xml for build flavors with different applicationId.
If you look at the official documentation of static App Shortcuts, you'll see that for each intent you need to set the android:targetPackage. But, what if you have different applicationId in different flavors?
In this case, you'll need copy your shortcuts.xml in two folder dev and prod with single difference. And if you create a new flavor with different applicationId you need to copy it again. Since at this moment we do not have any built-in merge tools applicationId from build.gradle to the shortcuts.xml this gradle plugin will be useful.
Gradle plugin developed to facilitate screenshot testing for Android.
A very simple Gradle plugin (and/or a factory method) to generate version data based on environment status.
Publish multiple modules of a project, be it an android library, one containing NDK, a pure java one or even an annotation processor. Whatever you want to publish in Bintray, do it in a mega easy and customizable way.
This plugin also supports dependencies resolution between local modules (since the POM cant contain local references for logical reasons) in a fully transparent way.
Gradle plugin to generate config classes for your Android projects.
A Gradle plugin that adds support for VectorDrawableCompat to the Data Binding Library.
Define the fonts of your Android project directly from the build.gradle.
This plugin provides a task to generate a HTML license report based on the configuration. (eg.
licenseDebugReport for all debug dependencies in an Android project).
Applying this to an Android or Java project will generate a the license file (
open_source_licenses.html) in the
Add badge (version code, version name, etc) for your DEBUG APK.
Base repository to demonstrate the process of uploading an aar/jar to JitPack.
Releasing versions in Gradle is very different from releasing in Maven. Maven came with maven-release-plugin which did all the dirty work. Gradle has no such tool and probably doesn't need it anyway. Evolution of software craft came to the point, when we start thinking about SCM as ultimate source of truth about project version. Version should not be hardcoded in pom.xml or build.gradle.