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Android Most Useful Libraries

Android popularity is increasing day by day. Listed here are some popular Android libraries that can save your precious time while developing Android applications.

7 Libraries To Use For Android Development

Android application development has gained immense traction in recent times. Android developers are able to develop applications faster using many popular, out of the box Android development tools and frameworks like Android Studio with Gradle and ...

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At their I/O 2015 conference, Google announced a new design support library, which helps bring a lot of material design components including a navigation drawer view, floating labels, floating action buttons, snackbars, and a new framework to tie motion and scroll events. The library is supported for Android version 2.3 and higher.

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The Android Support Library is a collection of libraries available on a wide array of API levels that help you focus on the unique parts of your app, providing pre-built components, new functionality, and compatibility shims.

An Android library is structurally the same as an Android app module. It can include everything needed to build an app, including source code, resource files, and an Android manifest. However, instead of compiling into an APK that runs on a device, an Android library compiles into an Android Archive (AAR) file that you can use as a dependency for an Android app module. Unlike JAR files, AAR files can contain Android resources and a manifest file, which allows you to bundle in shared resources like layouts and drawables in addition to Java classes and methods.

Android - Support Library

Android Support Library - Learn Android Programming and how to develop android mobile phone and ipad applications starting from Environment setup, application components, activity lifecycle, service lifecycle, application architecture, publishing application, debugging applications, handling events, layouts, menus, user interface controls, styles and themes, handling rotation, fonts management, send email, data storage, managing media, send sms, phone calls.

7 Best Android libraries developers should know about

Android & Java both have quite similar APIs. Naturally, the benefit of Android & Java’s APIs being similar is that it makes it possible to develop frameworks

30 Resources for Android Developers | Udacity

Check out the following toolkit of 30 online Android developer resources to keep up to date on industry intel and keep your skills sharp.

5 Highly Resourceful Libraries That Can Leverage Android Development - Developer's Feed

A good developer knows that the best approach is to use the already available options rather than starting from scratch. This will not only help boost your productivity, but also allow one to make an optimal use of the resources.