The apps in this repository are Android implementations of fictional Material Studies.
Add gradient color to your textview.
Same as an Outlined text fields presented in Material Design page but with some dynamic changes.
Foodium is a sample food blog Android application built to demonstrate use of Modern Android development tools
Beautiful and highly customisable material-design based android library to help your users get started with your awesome app! Based originally on iammert/MaterialIntroView.
With this library, app users can pick DateTime intervals. Under the hood, it uses JodaTime library in order to calculate the intervals.
Works in portrait and landscape orientation, can read inverted codes, comes in Material Design and can also generate barcodes.
A simple layout to display different screen of state, like loading, error, empty etc.
A Beautiful Multipurpose Motion Toast Library in Android using Kotlin.
A customizable and easy to use bottom bar view with sleek animations.
Knot File Chooser with Android.
There is a simple example of how to make a carousel effect on Android.
An easy, super simple and customizable image carousel view for Android.
Showly 2.0 is modern, slick, open source Android TV Shows Tracker.
SheetSelection is an Android library for display list and be able to select the item as a BottomSheet.
ScalingAnimationDroid It's a library for auto setting and scaling animate for views.
A simple Android stack view, build in Kotlin.
AestheticDialogs is a library that provides beautiful and custom Dialog inspired by Laravel Notify.
SimpleCloudNotifier is an app to display messages that you can send to your phone with simple POST requests.
Transform into a different view or activity using morphing animations.
An application to keep a log of notification and give a managed list of the log data. A notification manager like a mailbox for mails.
andOTP is a two-factor authentication App for Android 4.4+.
Clikt (pronounced "clicked") is a multiplatform Kotlin library that makes writing command line interfaces simple and intuitive. It's the "Command Line Interface for Kotlin".
You can easily add any app launcher, so you won't ever again have to swipe through useless apps to find the one you need.