LIBRARY Posts on XDA

Capillary is an open source library to help developers implement end-to-end encryption for push notifications

If you're a developer that implements push notifications in your app and you or your users care about data privacy, then it's important that you transmit these push messages securely. For those of you who are already into data security, then implementing strong encryption measures is a no-brainer. For others, it's a difficult feature to implement....

Google Releases Blockly 1.0 for Android and iOS

Over the years, Google has released many open-sourced projects to aid developers in coding for their platforms. One such project is called Blockly, an open source library for building drag-and-drop visual editors for a multitude of programming languages. With the Blockly library, it uses a visual set of interlocking blocks that you can drag and...

Create Your Own 2D Game With BobEngine

Making a game is by all means a challenging task. To become successful, a game has to be well written, interesting and fun to play, otherwise it will slowly die buried somewhere in the Google Play Store. If you have an idea how to make an interesting game and would like to find the tool...

MultiImagePicker Library for Multiple Image Selection

App development can be done in more than a handful of ways. You can write every single library and line of code from scratch, or can start with a repertoire of publicly available projects and libraries. To give users a nice way of sharing the photos, some social networking applications offer the ability to select multiple images and share...

Simplify SQLite Usage on Android with DBXDroid

SQLite is a relational database management system contained in a C programming library. Its initial release was way back in 2000, and since then the project has been actively developed. You can find SQLite included in many operating systems like Windows Phone, NetBSD, and of course our favorite Android. SQLite instances are also available on all...

Add Charts to Your Application with HelloCharts

Charts give you a way to represent your data in a clear and concise manner. This becomes even more important on mobile devices, where screen sizes require you to provide your data in a straight forward manner, and users expect a simple representation instead of an overwhelming table.There are several libraries that allow you to...

AndroidCtrlUI.dll Lets Devs Browse Device Files in Windows Explorer

In the not too distant past, we talked about AndroidCtrl.dll, an interesting library that can be used with various Windows-based projects to communicate with Android devices. This library is a set of tools written in C# .NET 4 that enhances the original capabilities of ADB, Fastboot, and other basic Android communication methods.The developer of this library,...

AndroidCtrl.dll Adds Universality to Your Development Project

ADB and Fastboot are some of the most basic and yet most powerful tools available on Android. We use them practically on a daily basis to get bug reports or simply flash a kernel onto our devices. While these tools are good to the end user, developers may find them a bit limited and may want to enhance their capabilities...

Integrate Social Networks Into Your Project With ASNE Library

Social network applications and services have developed into major parts of our lives. It's hard to imagine a world without Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or VK. We use them to contact our friends, inform others about our hobbies, or simply read the news from selected RSS feeds every day.When you are browsing the Web, you can find...

Get Better Debug Data with Crash Report SDK

Developing an application is a hard and often times ungratifying task. It also requires quite a lot of time and even more focus. No matter how good the application is, it will always contain some bugs that need to be squashed sooner or later. Developers can't detect all the bugs on their own, so they...

Add RSS Functionality to Your App with a Simple Library

Mobile devices have become replacements for full sized PCs in a variety of circumstances. Small and easily accessible, our phones are perfect companions for our daily activities. However, mobile network connections aren't always affordable, and often times, data transfer quotas prove problematic. Because of this, RSS is quite popular on mobile devices. If you were to try to create...

Major Update to JDroidLib Brings Easier Installation, Device Detection, and Functionality

You may recall that back in December, we briefly talked about XDA Senior Member Beatsleigher's JDroidLib. This library was conceptually based on the previously covered AndroidLib .NET library by Recognized Developer regaw_leinad, but built on Java in order to be compatible with more than .NET languages.When we previously covered JDroidLib, the project allowed users to easily install ADB and...