ActorLite is a Library that implements Actor Model similar to Akka, but for Android, it is a light weight library that works very fine for single-process applications and with the minimum effort possible, need more advanced Actor Model Library you can check my "AndroidActorModel" library ... you wont need to hold reference to your Objects to be able to call there methods, just send them a message and they will receive it if they like.
Chain of Command with background foreground options. Chains can be pre-constructed, and reused any number of times. Individual commands can be written as lambdas, or as classes.
Improved AsyncQueryHandler that supports Bulk Insert operation
Simple threading library using annotations for Android. This library makes it very easier to do any task on any thread. You can simply annotate a method to execute on any particular task and you are ready to go.
Transform any object into an async object (can be useful for VIPER).
A small Android library to handle Async Task methods. Use Interface Segregation Principle to divide the actions into individual callbacks.
Immediately executable LooperScheduler. Supports RxJava 2.x and 1.x.
RxTasks is a lightweight wrapper for the GMS Tasks API, more commonly recognized when using asynchronous results from Firebase requests.
Typically the Tasks API would allow you to add listeners that may be scoped to an activity or executor, however this is not needed since scheduling and Disposable's are handled by the user.
Please note that this library uses RxJava2 so calls must respect Completable and Single chains.
A utility library for Android to schedule one-time or periodic jobs while your app is running. Currently, Android OS supports 3 types of scheduling APIs:
JobScheduler. The choice of one suitable API, the inflexibility of switching between them and the amount of boilerplate code required for setting up makes it difficult to use these APIs.
A Kotlin library for Android allowing writing asynchronous code in synchronous style using async/await approach.
Utility library of concurrent execution strategies for JVM and Android.
A Job Queue specifically written for Android to easily schedule jobs (tasks) that run in the background, improving UX and application stability.
This library helps with sequential tasks that will be run one after another and only when each task is finished. These tasks can either be UI or background.
A better substitute good of
LiteGo is a Java-based asynchronous concurrency library.
The Firebase Android JobDispatcher is a library that provides a high-level wrapper around job scheduling engines on Android, starting with the GCM Network Manager.
The easy asynchronous library for Kotlin. With extensions for Android, RxJava, JavaFX and much more.
This library allows to use better multi-threading approach with observer-pattern.
An easy to use
AsyncTask replacement - life cycle aware and leak preventing.
An Android task queue library. Support priority, timeout, multiple queue and auto-retry.
AWEX (Android Work EXecutor) is a thread pool to execute tasks that uses Promises to deliver results. Promises that can be cancelled, can be combined or even can process collections in parallel automatically.
AndroidOperationQueue is tiny serial operation queue for Android Development.
Are you sad to create every time the
MainThread to be exposed with
Dagger to the application? If yes, you can use this library to reduce your work.
Android-Retainable-Tasks is an easy to use mini-library for easy asynchronous background tasking with callback support to the UI. This library is based on the Android
AsyncTask implementation but with support for retaining tasks and therefore surviving configuration changes (orientation).
FromTo is a helper library that makes it simple to handle asynchronous actions with views for Android and Java/Kotlin.
Annotation-triggered method call by specified thread.
runOnUiThreadcalls by using
Makes it easy to put your asynchronous operations behind Android's Loader.
An utility library for Android to run jobs delayed in the background. Depending on the Android version either the
AlarmManager is getting used.