which onboarding library are you using

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  • MaterialIntroScreen

    Inspired by Heinrich Reimer Material Intro and developed with love from scratch

    Hey guys. Looking for a cool onboarding library, like on first install intro pages, with permissions requests and stuff. I found this one but it's rather old: https://github.com/TangoAgency/material-intro-screen also, would be great if I could use lottie animations instead of images in the pages.

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  • paper-onboarding-android

    :octocat: PaperOnboarding is a material design slider made by @Ramotion

    Edit: also found this one, pretty cool, but also seems a bit old: https://github.com/Ramotion/paper-onboarding-android

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