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Android library to schedule background jobs using JobScheduler, GCMNetworkManager or AlarmManager, depending on the context.

Java
MIT License
Updated 15 Nov 2020

Android library for weekly based job scheduling

Java
Updated 07 Nov 2019

A utility library for schedule periodic and non-periodic jobs efficiently.

Java
Updated 02 Dec 2019

A sample application showing basic usage of Firebase JobDispatcher. It uses the library to schedule a task (that requires an internet connection) to run every 30 seconds.

Java
The Unlicense
Updated 11 Nov 2017

The Firebase JobDispatcher is a library for scheduling background jobs in your Android app, this is a simple sample, for make it real. 😬🌮

Java
Updated 27 Mar 2018

The application mainly consists of a map view, once opened it gets user GPS or Network location and requests for nearby venues from Foursquare APIs. Application should cache the retrieved venues so that on next application start up, cached venues are displayed until fresh new venues are retrieved from server. It then places pins of each venue on the map, pin images should be venues images retrieved from Foursquare. Clicking on any pin should open an info window with the name of the venue, when clicking on the info window allow user to check-in in this venue. For user to check-in, this user should be logged in using OAuth implementation of Foursquare login. • I am using Job queue manager library to easily schedule jobs (tasks) that run in the background, improving UX and application stability. You can find it here (https://github.com/path/android-priority-jobqueue) • I am using EventBus that simplifies communication between Activities, Fragments, Threads, Services, etc you can find it here (https://github.com/greenrobot/EventBus) • I am using Retrofit that turns your REST API into a Java interface. It depend on Okhttp and Gson library You can find it here (https://github.com/square/retrofit) or (http://square.github.io/retrofit/ ) • I am using foursquare-android-oauth You can find it here (https://github.com/foursquare/foursquare-android-oauth) • I am using google play services

Java
Updated 07 Jul 2020