Spot (SharedPreferences Object Transformer) is Android object-data mapper for
Main features are as below:
Group of Preference, just like the
Preference of original Android.
A small library containing a wrapper/helper for the shared preferences of Android with ability to specify default values at top level.
Android annotation based
SharedPreferences wrapper with fluent interface.
PrefCompat is a wrapper over the
SharedPreference class in Android. It supports storing objects other than the standard primitives while decreasing the boiler plate code.
Preferences Editor makes it easy to add, edit, remove keys from shared preferences files.
It defines a BroadcastReceiver that will make changes to your shared preferences based on received actions and data.
SharedPreferences for Android, lightweight and extendable.
Preferences Manager is an Open Source application that allows you to seamlessly edit application's preferences.
Very easy to use wrapper library for Android
Secure Preference Manager is a simple library which helps you to protect your Shared Preferences.
Preference subclass that goes into your
Convenient stashing of simple data formats on Android with SharedPreferences
SharP wraps your SharedPreferences into a clean, type-safe Java interface. It uses annotation processing to generate the boilerplate code for you.
Android Library to handle
SharedPreferences boilerplate code and other tools.
Android SharedPreferences wrapper and injector (based on Dart).
SimplePrefs is an Android library that helps working with
Sharedsqlite is a simple thread-safe database with a single table with a key-value schema where you can save your primitive data types that suites nowhere else excluding the headache of messing around with committing and reading from the
Library for securing your
An in-memory data store backed by shared preferences, for Android.
Session is a easy to use Persistence Library which save datas into
This little tool generates wrappers for your SharedPreferences, so you can benefit from compile time verification and code completion in your IDE. You also get nice singletons for free.