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.
An useful fragment navigator helps you control fragments better and easier. You will not need to worry about the dirty things like switch fragments, fragments overlay, save fragments states and restore fragments states. The lib will do them all for you. Fragments in activity and nest Fragment are all supported.
The purpose of this manager is to handle a single stack flow of fragments on the screen so that the developer can easily create flows without having to worry about using the inner details of the Fragment Manager and the
ChildFragmentManager. It makes use of a main Fragment as a container and presents and hides fragments within it at children.
Mortar Architect provides a flexible stack for navigating and displaying views and their presenters.
Architect is Mortar scope-centric. A Mortar scope is the glue between a View and its ViewPresenter. Architect will create a Mortar scope for each View & ViewPresenter association. A StackScope is a class that Architect will look for when building a Mortar scope, and its role is to configure the Mortar scope.