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BARACUS is the BAReknuckle Android Context USher, a tiny framework for android development enabling you to have dependency injection, dynamic context handling and database object relational mapping.


  • Dynamic context creation and destruction
  • Type based dependency injection plus documentation annotation
  • Object relational mapper
  • Dao-Approach for mapping and lazy loading / lazy references
  • Modification awareness for components - listen for data changes
  • Automatic database version and migration management
  • Hot-Backup of Sqlite
  • Declarative form validation and automatic error routing
Jan 29, 2015

JDROID Framework provides a programming and architectural model for modern Java-based enterprise and android applications.

Oct 30, 2014

Get your Android applications off the ground and running fast with this archetype. This bootstrap should contain everything you need to get going but not so much you have to spend time stripping things out. If you find your self deleting something frequently then it should probably be removed. This application is highly based off of Jake Wharton's u2020 and has a debug drawer ready and waiting for more awesomeness.

Oct 5, 2014

UltimateAndroid is a fast way to help you develop Android apps.

Current project has a lot of features like:

  • View Injection
  • ORM
  • User scenario testing
  • UI Modules
  • etc.
Sep 19, 2014

A multi-purpose Groovy library containing view injection and threading for Android using annotations. It's based on both ButterKnife and AndroidAnnotations.

Aug 23, 2014

KJFrameForAndroid is also called KJLibrary. It's an Android ORM and IOC framework and includes UILibrary, UtilsLibrary, HttpLibrary, BitmapLibrary, DBLibrary.

KJFrameForAndroid is designed to wrap complexity of the Android native SDK and keep things simple.

Aug 21, 2014

An Android Framework Build With Gradle.


  • Easy to develop the android apps or libraries with grade
  • Support publishing an aar/jar file to Maven Central with Gradle
  • Configuring the build environment via
Jul 20, 2014

Spring for Android is an extension of the Spring Framework that aims to simplify the development of native Android applications.

Jul 5, 2014

A simple library that makes it easy to pair thin views with dedicated controllers, isolated from most of the vagaries of the Activity life cycle.

Jul 5, 2014

A comprehensive library designed specifically for the Android Mode in Processing.

Jul 5, 2014

GreenDroid is a development library for the Android platform. It is intended to make UI developments easier and consistent through your applications.

Jul 5, 2014

Kick-starts Android application development.

Areas covered by ignition encompass:

  • UI components such as widgets, adapters, dialogs, and more
  • An HTTP wrapper library that allows you to write simple yet robust networking code
  • A class to load remote images off the web and cache them
  • A simple yet effective caching framework (caches to memory and disk, anything from HTTP responses to entire object trees)
  • Several helper classes for easier API level backwards compatibility, Intents, diagnostics, and more
  • A friendlier and more robust implementation of AsyncTask
Jul 5, 2014

A carefully crafted Android framework that includes: DI, ORM, EventBus, JSON (de)serialization feature, improved AsyncTask & IntentService, Logger, RESTClient, ImageFetcher, and a lot of utils.

Jul 5, 2014

Android Bootstrap includes a full working implementation of Fragments, Fragment Pager, ActionBar via AppCompat, Navigation Drawer, ViewPagerIndicator, Retrofit, GSON, Robotium for integration testing, API Consumption with an API on and much more.

Jul 5, 2014