Top 13 Drawer Open-Source Projects
The flexible, easy to use, all in one drawer library for your Android project. Now brand new with material 2 design.Project mention: Publishing Android libraries to MavenCentral in 2021 | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 2021-02-08
I've seen a workaround for this, but I don't think that's any better than what I have now.
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A library to imitate the iOS 10 Maps UI.
App Debugging & Inspection Tool for AndroidProject mention: Looking for Android alternative to an iOS Jailbreak Tweak | reddit.com/r/androidroot | 2021-03-04
Hello, I recently found this tweak http://cydia.saurik.com/package/com.shmoopillc.flexible/ but it only works on jailbroken iPhones. It basically lets you use Apple's "FLEX" debugger in any application, meaning you can use it in applications that you haven't made yourself. This basically lets you "inspect element" on any app you want. I found a similar debugging tool for Android (https://github.com/willowtreeapps/Hyperion-Android) but I was wondering if there was any way to tweak this tool and use it on apps you don't own? Thanks.
Customizable and Open Source Launcher for AndroidProject mention: Are there any new launchers that have came out recently that are worth checking out? | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 2021-03-05
🌿 General purpose asynchronous tree viewer written in Pure Vim scriptProject mention: How to make NERDTree show directory like the `tree` command? | reddit.com/r/neovim | 2021-04-03
Side note, Nerdtree has terrible performance with large directory trees. I switched over from it to fern.vim, and I never looked back.
A Kotlin DSL wrapper around the mikepenz/MaterialDrawer library.
A smart, reliable, and highly customizable debug menu library for Android apps that supports screen recording, network activity logging, and many other useful features. (by pandulapeter)Project mention: Debug vs Release when publishing to internal test track | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 2021-02-19
For all of my projects i'm using Release build for internal QA, but i do have a special flavor "debuggable" for them. In this flavor i integrate additional tools like Beagle, Chucker or any other tool that's useful in bug reporting. Works great so far
🎉📱Multi-functional panes and boards for next generation progressive applicationsProject mention: Next-Generation Interface components for your apps (Open-Source and Free) | reddit.com/r/u_roman-rr | 2021-02-12
Group related classes together. No more silos. A solution to rails dystopia.
DraggableView is a component for react-native, it allows you have a vertical draggable drawer view that you can drag up or drag down. So, if you drag and release that component, then it keeps moving until reach either initial position or container border.Project mention: How do I create a modal that can be moved up and down like this. I found modalize is that a good option? | reddit.com/r/reactnative | 2021-03-06
Depending on what you’re doing, I’ve had luck with react-native-draggable-view
A simple Arduino-based DIY plotter using servo and stepper motors.Project mention: Arduino Plotter : A Simple DIY Project | reddit.com/r/arduino | 2021-03-23
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