A library for debugging android databases and shared preferences - Make Debugging Great Again
A small library containing a wrapper/helper for the Shared Preferences of android.
Live Shared Preferences library for Android
💾 A Powerful library to control and simplify the usage of shared preference in Android.
UniversalPreferences is simple Android library that allows you to use Shared Preferences in an easy way.
A library that provides an encrypted version of the Android shared preferences.
Android Library to inspect shared preferences.
An Android library for fast and easy access to Android Shared preferences.
This Shared Preferences Helper library (Library size = ~15kb only) Simplifies usage of the default Android SharedPreferences Class. The developer can do in a few lines of code which otherwise would have required several. Simple to understand as compared to the default Shared Preferences class and easy to use. Can be used by simply adding the dependency in your build.gradle
🛠 A small Kotlin library to make shared preferences easy + RxJava and Coroutines support
A library for reading Shared Preferences and Database values within the application.
This library offers some barebone code for android common to most applications. It provides simple classes and pre-written functions for - internet access, shared preferences storage and retrieval, image picker and bitmap operations, file read and write, recycler view, image downloading and quick database support
Small Shared Preference Library for Android
Common Utils library is developed to reduce efforts to achieve common features of the android apps. While developing the apps, we realized that we’re coding for many common features in all the apps. For e.g. check the network’s availability, using shared preferences, parsing, etc. And like us, many other android developers might be doing the same. So it needs to be reduced for all to save the development time with ease. This is how an idea popped in our mind, and we decided to develop an SDK which can reduce developers’ time and efforts.
:floppy_disk: Android Kotlin library. Shared preferences wrapper. (2020)
Android library makes using Shared Preference easier.
Library for unit testing shared preferences classes on Android
Android easy shared preferences with preference model holder
GoodPrefs is An Android library for easy access to Android Shared preferences
Library for Android to extend SharedPreferences
Android library written in Kotlin for storing any kind of object in shared preferences in a secure way
🔒 EncryptedSharedPreferences Migration Support Library For Android.
A light weight library which uses annotation processing to generate codes that let you read and write to SharedPreferences file
Optimus is a piece-of-cake library for the shared preferences of Android.
A Kotlin library for Android Shared Preferences
An Android library which helps you create an Shared Preferences Manager with just annotations
🛸 A lightweight Kotlin coroutines powered shared preferences library
Guru is an efficient and super easy library to use Android Shared Preferences without complexity
Android library with a powerful and easy SharedPreferences wrapper, with support for obfuscation, logs, multiple SharedPreferences files, type safety and callback on changes (optionally with Android LiveData).
An android library to simplify dealing with Shared Preferences by removing the boilerplate code
A library for android app in kotlin. Helping in database, animations, dialogs, shared preferences.
A simple library to allow the use of Kotlin Delegates with shared preferences
Secure , Fast and Easy library for Android that encrypts the values of Shared Preferences .
A simple Shared Preferences library to save a few lines of code.
Android Library to manage Shared Preferences Easily
A library to manage shared preferences on Android devices.
Android library for managing shared preferences.
Android library which enables to easily observe SharedPreferences
A library which help in easy usage of Shared preferences in Android, and avoid using commit and apply stuff.
A pack of helpful getter and setter methods for read and write to android shared preferences
Android Shared preference wrapper than encrypts the values of Shared Preferences. This library is making your android app more secure.
An Android library for handling shared preferences
a simple android library for SharedPreferences that support to encrypt values with AES.
A small SharedPreferences wrapper and cryptographic android library power by Kotlin.
A library to keep your app configuration on a remote server and let all the app instance pull from there. Uses Shared Preferences for storage. Features fallback/default configuration support.
A library to help you with Shared Preferences on Android, with support or Rx Observables and Flow
A small library containing a wrapper/helper for the shared preferences of Android.
An Android Library that extends the capability of shared preferences
Index based Android library that stores entities in shared preferences.
A library to securely store data in Android Shared Preference
Extension of android native Shared Preference Library with support for Serializable, Parcelable, Collection
Yet Another (Shared) Preferences Encryption Library for Android
A library that uses the flow from kotlin for supplying a reactive stream for the shared preference.
SImple Android App using shared preferences,UI,Activity,library,and sqlite
ConfigManager is an android library for manage your app shared preferences
A core utils library for Android, including transition, shared preference, validation
The source code for the video called 'Persist Data with Shared Preferences and Gson' in the Android App Development Master Class for 2020
Android quiz game project. Shared preference. Volley network library. JSON api. android animation.
A basic android demo app that provides a platform for users to view/modify the details of a registered vehicle. This app uses SQLiteOpenHelper and Cursor. Implements SQLite Database, Shared Preferences and custom libraries. Users are : Officials, traffic police & general public. Tools Used : Android Studio, Java.
A small library containing a wrapper for the Shared Preferences of android
A small library containing a wrapper/helper for the Shared Preferences of android.
An android report library that allows to collect the app data like logcat, preferences, databases and then share it.
An Android Library that extends the capability of shared preferences by allow storing of extra data types.
Preflin is An Android library for easy access to Android Shared preferences. It also enables listening for changes on specific keys on a SharedPreference with RxJava support.
A movie directory app based on JSON data retrieved from an API using Google's Volley Library, using Picasso Library to create images from URL and using Shared Preferences to save data locally
Extended Shared Preferences. Kotlin library that allows you to save arrays of primitives and any Serializable data classes.
A library to help with database setup; working with queries like insert, create, delete, drop, select; for using rest api consumtion; shared preferences; image zoom in and zoom out, applying font to the entire layout, checking if internet connection is available or not, setting an image view in square shape, circular shape, with initial letter or avatat, and replacing null in a string and replacing true or false with 1 or 0, switch button, custom toast message, datetime utils, location services, location address, validation of different types, set max length, set character counter, check if url is valid and much more. Check out the README.md for more information and latest update. You can check out the website 'https://amitjangid80.github.io/multiutillib/' as well.
A library to help with database setup; working with queries like insert, create, delete, drop, select; for using rest api consumtion; shared preferences; image zoom in and zoom out, applying font to the entire layout, checking if internet connection is available or not, setting an image view in square shape, and replacing null in a string and replacing true or false with 1 or 0.
This is a mobile app version of WeatherAppAngular repository, which forecasts daily, hourly and weekly weather. The Android Weather app is built using Java, XML, Android SDK, Node.js, Twitter API, Bootstrap and Android Studio for Android app development. The backend [Node.js - that uses ip-api (for current location) and darksky net API (for any location)] is hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Google API is used to achieve Autocomplete functionality while entering the location you want to forecast the weather. This app also capable of storing favorite locations using Android local storage - Shared preferences. Third party libraries like Volley, Picasso have also been used.
Android Tutorial 1. Android Studio Tutorial 2. Android Studio Overview 3. Android Intent 4. Android Spinner 5. Android ListView 6. Android Fragment Lifecycle 7. Android Passing Data between Fragments 8. Android WebView 9. Android ActionBar 10. Android Custom ActionBar 11. Android Animation 12. Android Capture Image 13. Android Custom Fonts 14. Android Location API GPS Tracking 15. Android Location Google Play Services 16. Android Increase Gradle Build Speed 17. Android NavigationView 18. Android SearchView 19. Android GridLayoutManager 20. Android MVP 21. Android Picasso 22. Android Internal Storage 23. Android External Storage 24. Android Shared Preferences 25. Android SQLite 26. Android Notification 27. Android AlertDialog 28. Android GridView 29. Android Gallery View 30. Android ProgressDialog 31. Android AsyncTask 32. Android BroadcastReceiver 33. Android ListView Custom Adapter 34. Android ViewFlipper 35. Android ButterKnife 36. Android Non Scrollable ListView 37. Android JSONObject 38. Android XML Parser 39. Android Runtime Permissions 40. Android Data Binding 41. Android Data Binding Advanced 42. Retrofit Android 43. OkHttp Android 44. Android Login Registration App 45. Android Interview Questions 46. Android Multi Search 47. Android Layout LinearLayout 48. Android FrameLayout AbsoluteLayout 49. Android ScrollView TableLayout 50. Android Navigation Drawer 51. Android CollapsingToolbarLayout 52. Android ImageView 53. Android TextSwitcher ImageSwitcher 54. Android AutoCompleteTextView 55. Android ProgressBar 56. Android SeekBar RatingBar 57. Android Toggle Button, Switch 58. Android Countdown Timer 59. Android ExpandableListView 60. Android Date Time Picker 61. Android Radio Button 62. Android Floating Widget 63. Android Checkbox 64. Android CardView RecyclerView 65. Android RecyclerView with Dividers 66. Android ViewPager 67. Android Drag Drop 68. Android Floating Action Button 69. Android SnackBar 70. Android Swipe Refresh 71. Android Shared Element Transition Animation 72. Android ConstraintLayout 73. Android ConstraintLayout Example 74. Android TextInputLayout 75. Android Percent Layout 76. Android Google Maps 77. Android Google Maps Example Tutorial 78. Google Static Maps 79. Android Google Maps Current Location 80. Android Google Map Route Drawing 81. Google Places API Welcome to Retrofit Android Example Tutorial. Today we’ll use the Retrofit library developed by Square to handle REST API calls in our android application. Table of Contents [ hide ] 1 Retrofit Android 2 OkHttp Interceptors 3 Setting Up the Retrofit Interface 4 Retrofit Android Example Project Structure Retrofit Android Retrofit is type-safe REST client for Android and Java which aims to make it easier to consume RESTful web services.
Many Android apps rely on instantiating objects that often require other dependencies. For instance, a Twitter API client may be built using a networking library such as Retrofit. To use this library, you might also need to add parsing libraries such as Gson. In addition, classes that implement authentication or caching may require accessing shared preferences or other common storage, requiring instantiating them first and creating an inherent dependency chain. If you're not familiar with Dependency Injection, watch this quick video. Dagger 2 analyzes these dependencies for you and generates code to help wire them together. While there are other Java dependency injection frameworks, many of them suffered limitations in relying on XML, required validating dependency issues at run-time, or incurred performance penalties during startup. Dagger 2 relies purely on using Java annotation processors and compile-time checks to analyze and verify dependencies. It is considered to be one of the most efficient dependency injection frameworks built to date.