This is an example of how to implement navigation in a multi-module project.
A floating navigation view for listing items dynamically on Android.
A navigation bar widget inspired on Google Bottom Navigation mixed with Chips component.
Easy manage commit Fragment and Activity, with some little extra.
This library allows you to show bottom navigation quickly, simply and animated.
A light-weight library to make beautiful Navigation Bar easily with ton of customization options.
Isolates navigation from UI and Business logic by providing simple navigation mechanism.
Encapsulates exact implementation. It means navigation can be organized across Activities, Fragments or Views.
Survives configuration changes, can save his state and restore after process kill.
A sleek, out of the box, easy to understand and use Navigational Library for android.
The basic concept of this library revolves around cards, that can be swiped down from the top to dismiss. Using these cards, there is a simple implementation of Fragments and Popups (DialogFragments) with optional blur background.
This library allows you to show bottom navigation quickly and simply.
When your users want to get from one location to another, don’t push them out of your application into a generic map application. Instead, keep them engaged with your application 100% of the time with in-app turn-by-turn navigation.
The Mapbox Navigation SDK is a precise and flexible platform which contains logic needed to get timed navigation instructions and enables your users to explore the world's streets. We are designing new maps specifically for navigation that highlight traffic conditions and helpful landmarks. The calculations use the user's current location and compare it to the current route that the user's traversing to provide critical information at any given moment.
A beautiful bottom navbar with Lottie animation capability. Latest Version: 1.1.3
A nice looking Spotify like bottom navigation view.
DrawerLayout with blur functionality like iOS.
Annotation based Android router library.
This library for single activity application and provides easy implementation for
Navigation toolbar is a slide-modeled UI navigation controller.
Card Drawer is a library that provides an extra card behavior on drawer, such as, move view or scaling view's height while drawer on slide.
Bottom Navigation based on Bottom Navigation View from Android
An example project / library of customizable Bottom Navigation.
BackStack is a light weight android navigation library for view based navigation. It supports animations and multiple multipage containers like bottom bars and view pagers.
Meepo is a retrofit-like router generator for Android. You can use it to create routers for Activities, Fragments and even any things.
The simplest navigation library for Android.
Easily add four tabbed bottom navigation bar in your app.
This library aids in adding four tabs in Bottom Navigation Bar, as easily and fast as possible. Th result looks like as it is commonly found in most of the apps, like Quora and others.
Point to note: This library is significantly different from what Google has provided for Android Developers. The official Bottom Navigation Bar from Google doesn't show text when it has 4 tabs. But this library shows icon and text with four bottom bars.
A simple, hierarchical navigation bus and back stack for Android, with optional Rx bindings, and Toothpick integration for automatic dependency-scope management.
A small routing library for Android with easy back button management and code generation to write less code.
Custom implementation of NavigationView for using custom layout for navigation items and header.
Tab Stacker is an Android library that handles Multiple Fragment History (Back Stacks), like it is done on iOS Apps.