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Lucasr/smoothie. Pedrovgs/DraggablePanel. Pedrovgs/DraggablePanel. Qbusict / cupboard. JohnPersano/SuperToasts. Conceal. Fast cryptographic operations for Android Conceal provides a set of easy to use APIs for performing fast encryption and authentication of data. Apps can use Conceal to encrypt data and large files stored in public locations, for example SD cards. Github About Conceal provides a set of Java APIs to perform cryptography on Android. Speed The figures show benchmarks run on the Galaxy Y phone. Conceal doesn't implement any crypto, but instead, it uses specific cryptographics algorithms from OpenSSL. Using Conceal Download Conceal can be built using Buck.

Download Conceal Java Library Download Conceal Native Libraries View on Github Who uses Conceal? Facebook currently uses Conceal to store image files on SD cards. License BSD License For Conceal software Copyright (c) 2014, Facebook, Inc. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. Stephanenicolas/boundbox. Paramvir-b/AndroidGridViewCompatLib. Afollestad/Cards-UI. Multi-part items in Smoothie | Lucas Rocha. Smoothie makes it really easy to load ListView/GridView items asynchronously, off the UI thread. It handles all the complexity from gestures, threads, scrolling state, preloading, and view recycling behind a simple API.

Up until now, one of the biggest limitations of the Smoothie API has been the lack of proper support for multi-part items. What is a multi-part item? It’s a ListView/GridView item composed by multiple parts that have to be loaded asynchronously with different priorities as you scroll. Classic example: a list of photos with items composed by the photo image and the author’s avatar—both loaded from the cloud. With the existing API, Smoothie would force you to load the whole content of each item in one go. This means you were forced to load both the main photo image and the avatar image for each item before loading the next item in the list.

What if you wanted to start loading the main photo image of all visible items before loading their respective avatars? Lucasr/smoothie. Fanciulli/OTAlib. 47deg/android-swipelistview. Introducing TwoWayView | Lucas Rocha. We’ve been working hard on a new iteration of the tabs UI for Firefox for Android. The new UI includes a horizontal scrolling tabs tray to make better use of the screen real estate on phones and tablets in different orientations. Unfortunately, the Android platform doesn’t provide any AdapterView with horizontal scrolling support nor could I find any non-naive open source implementation out there. Enter TwoWayView. TwoWayView is an AdapterView that can be scrolled either vertically or horizontally. The code is based on various bits and pieces of Android’s AdapterView, AbsListView, and ListView. The big missing features right now are focus handling, keyboard navigation, and accessibility. For now, feedback, bug reports, and patches are very welcome!

Pingpongboss/StandOut. TimesSquare: a calendar view for iOS and Android apps. January 31, 2013 Have you sent a gift card with Square Wallet yet? You can treat all of your friends to their favorite neighborhood spot -- no matter where you are -- instantly from your phone. And if you're one to leave gift-giving to the last minute, Square has you covered. Your sweetheart will never be disappointed when you pre-select the day you want the gift card delivered. To create this feature, we implemented a fully visual monthly calendar. Here are the details: Open source options abound We looked at a number of libraries for implementing this view in Square Wallet, including Kal, TapkuLibrary, GCCalendar, and ios-calendar on iOS, and android-calendar-view and the built-in CalendarView on Android. Implementation details For iOS, NSCalendar is ridiculously well-documented and flexible: it supports eleven different calendar systems, all kinds of arbitrary date calculations, and all of the historical offsets baked in to our common Gregorian calendar.

Of course it's open source. Tjerkw/Android-SlideExpandableListView. Pardom/ActiveAndroid. Greenrobot/EventBus. Apptimizer by - Analyze. Optimize. Get popular. Android Scripts « udinic. As a busylazy developer, I always try to automate repeating routines. Those sequence of actions are getting annoying after a few times and always make me gasp. That’s why some of my time is dedicated to writing small scripts to make my life easier, and the development process faster and anger-free. Most of them are very specific to the apps I’m working on, and some are more generic. I’ve pushed them to a new repository on GitHub, and it will updated with more scripts when I’ll make some more, or generalize other existing scripts that I use.

ADB Batch Scripts ADB – Android Debug Bridge, is a very powerful tool. Most of my repeated ADB commands are for DB access. First, I request to start ADB with root access, not applicable on stock ROMs (as least not easily), and pulling out the DB file to a temp location. If we want to modify the DB on the device, I wrote a small script to receive any SQL statement, and run it directly on a DB inside the device: Very simple.

Python Scripts 1. Like this: Java date and time API - Home. GBouerat/Crouton. Keyboardsurfer/Crouton. Home · excilys/androidannotations Wiki. Gson - A Java library to convert JSON to Java objects and vice-versa. Gson is a Java library that can be used to convert Java Objects into their JSON representation. It can also be used to convert a JSON string to an equivalent Java object. Gson can work with arbitrary Java objects including pre-existing objects that you do not have source-code of. There are a few open-source projects that can convert Java objects to JSON. However, most of them require that you place Java annotations in your classes; something that you can not do if you do not have access to the source-code.

Most also do not fully support the use of Java Generics. Gson considers both of these as very important design goals. Gson Goals Provide simple toJson() and fromJson() methods to convert Java objects to JSON and vice-versa Allow pre-existing unmodifiable objects to be converted to and from JSON Extensive support of Java Generics Allow custom representations for objects Support arbitrarily complex objects (with deep inheritance hierarchies and extensive use of generic types) Android-query - Simpler Coding for Android. Latest: Android-Query (AQuery) is a light-weight library for doing asynchronous tasks and manipulating UI elements in Android. Our goal is to make Android coding simpler, easier, and more fun! Why AQuery? Less Code AQuery allows the developer to be more expressive and write-less/do-more. Simpler code is easier to read and maintain. Compare the length of these pieces of code that does the same thing.

Before AQuery: public void renderContent(Content content, View view) { ImageView tbView = (ImageView) view.findViewById(; if(tbView ! With AQuery: public void renderContent(Content content, View view) { AQuery aq = new AQuery(view);, "someMethod");;, content.getCreate())).visible();; }

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