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Is there any FOSS calendar or planner app that includes alarms?
2 projects | /r/fossdroid | 6 Dec 2023
I use Etar with DAVx5 to sync from my CalDAV calendars. You can use it by itself too, but then obviously there is no sync between applications (I use Thunderbird on my desktops).
All my Open Source App Alternatives
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4 projects | /r/fossdroid | 7 Apr 2023
"schedule for the classes, the exams dates" -https://github.com/Etar-Group/Etar-Calendar -I use SimpleCalendar but it seems to not be on f-droid anymore?
Samsung Reminders alternative
2 projects | /r/fossdroid | 9 Mar 2023
Etar Calendar afaik. It even has email notification if you want.
Android State Managment
3 projects | /r/androiddev | 13 May 2022
you might find airbnb/mavericks familiar, because i think it has similar principles & api surface to felangel/cubit
I ported the Spotify Mobius GitHub wiki to GitHub Pages + MkDocs with light and dark modes. I just created the issue and filed the PR. Let's see what happens!
5 projects | /r/androiddev | 14 Mar 2022
This looks great! Semi-related question... have you evaluated other MVI frameworks like Mavericks / Uniflow / Orbit? What made you decide on Mobius?
What is wrong with MVVM?
4 projects | /r/androiddev | 14 Apr 2021
Everything in MVI is just more code that does nothing (see how most MVI frameworks are basically just a wrapper over state.value = state.copy() like in Orbit or MvRx which you wouldn't even need if you used combiners) and instead adds unnecessary constraints over MVVM that don't help you at all. The "sealed class inputs" are basically a reinvention of calling interface functions except you create classes for it, despite there being no asynchronicity when you have a View -> ViewModel communication.
A case against the MVI architecture pattern
2 projects | /r/androiddev | 13 Apr 2021
Airbnb doesn't use MVI, we use MVVM via https://github.com/airbnb/mavericks
What are some alternatives?
Simple-Calendar - A simple calendar with events, tasks, customizable colors, widgets and no ads.
Lightning Browser - A lightweight Android browser with modern navigation
orbit-mvi - A simple MVI framework for Kotlin Multiplatform and Android
seadroid - Android client for Seafile
vanilla - Vanilla Music Player for Android (abandoned). Visit https://github.com/vanilla-music/vanilla for an actively developed fork
uhabits - Loop Habit Tracker, a mobile app for creating and maintaining long-term positive habits
wechat - A High Copy WeChat ,SNS APP (高仿微信)
clean-status-bar - Tidy up your Android status bar before taking screenshots for the Play Store
FeedEx - Flym News Reader is a light Android feed reader (RSS/Atom)
Mail-in-a-Box - Mail-in-a-Box helps individuals take back control of their email by defining a one-click, easy-to-deploy SMTP+everything else server: a mail server in a box.
AmazeFileManager - Material design file manager for Android