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Flow is a small library that helps with describing an app as a collection of moderately independent screens. These screens can be pushed onto a concrete backstack to provide navigation history.
Jul 5, 2014, square
1520 Stars
Cicerone is a lightweight library that makes the navigation in an Android app easy.
Nov 22, 2016, terrakok
1250 Stars
Swipe back helper.
May 19, 2016, Jude95
1120 Stars
Simple and flexible router library for Android platform.
Dec 30, 2016, chenenyu
743 Stars
Android library for managing multiple stacks of fragments.
Apr 9, 2016, ncapdevi
731 Stars
AndRouter is a android framework used to map url to activities or actions.
Mar 24, 2016, campusappcn
653 Stars
An useful fragment navigator helps you control fragments better and easier. You will not need to worry about the dirty things like switch fragments, fragments overlay, save fragments states and restore fragments states. The lib will do them all for you. Fragments in activity and nest Fragment are all supported.
Apr 6, 2016, Aspsine
607 Stars
A simple router lib to android.
Sep 30, 2016, yjfnypeu
580 Stars
The simplest navigation library for Android.
Apr 20, 2017, wealthfront
392 Stars
Navigation toolbar is a slide-modeled UI navigation controller.
May 10, 2018, Ramotion
315 Stars
Meepo is a retrofit-like router generator for Android. You can use it to create routers for Activities, Fragments and even any things.
Apr 22, 2017, nekocode
195 Stars
Implementation of the multiple back stacks. Using this library allows implementation of persistent bottom navigation like in Instagram.
May 27, 2016, JetradarMobile
177 Stars
Mortar Architect provides a flexible stack for navigating and displaying views and their presenters.
Jul 8, 2015, lukaspili
172 Stars
Easily add four tabbed bottom navigation bar in your app.
Apr 15, 2017, adib2149
168 Stars
Dynamic in app URL router for Android.
Aug 13, 2016, eyeem
146 Stars
Name UI states, navigate between them, remember where you've been.
Jul 3, 2016, Zhuinden
140 Stars
A simple, hierarchical navigation bus and back stack for Android, with optional Rx bindings, and Toothpick integration for automatic dependency-scope management.
Mar 27, 2017, wongcain
86 Stars
A lightweight Android activity router written in Kotlin.
Oct 2, 2016, denisidoro
56 Stars
A simple helper library to separate navigation logic from your MainActivity and reduce boilerplate.
Aug 23, 2016, rubensousa
48 Stars
Tab Stacker is an Android library that handles Multiple Fragment History (Back Stacks), like it is done on iOS Apps.
Dec 2, 2016, smart-fun
47 Stars
Bottom Navigation based on Bottom Navigation View from Android
Nov 16, 2017, felixsoares
47 Stars
Bottom Navigation Bar Icons morphing.
Aug 17, 2017, tarek360
42 Stars
An example project / library of customizable Bottom Navigation
Aug 8, 2017, S64
38 Stars
Card Drawer is a library that provides an extra card behavior on drawer, such as, move view or scaling view's height while drawer on slide.
Mar 17, 2018, RupinSahu
33 Stars
Defrag is a simple to use library that allows for Fragment-free Android applications.
Jun 10, 2016, R3PI
30 Stars
A small routing library for Android with easy back button management and code generation to write less code.
Dec 29, 2016, FireZenk
29 Stars
BackStack is a light weight android navigation library for view based navigation. It supports animations and multiple multipage containers like bottom bars and view pagers.
May 1, 2017, kevinwang5658
26 Stars
The purpose of this manager is to handle a single stack flow of fragments on the screen so that the developer can easily create flows without having to worry about using the inner details of the Fragment Manager and the ChildFragmentManager. It makes use of a main Fragment as a container and presents and hides fragments within it at children.
Feb 23, 2016, DMCApps
17 Stars
A simple Android navigator.
Nov 30, 2017, ShabanKamell
12 Stars
Custom implementation of NavigationView for using custom layout for navigation items and header.
Dec 12, 2016, jineshfrancs
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