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AppIntro9.7 8.2 L5 chromium_webview VS AppIntroMake a cool intro for your Android app.
AndroidSlidingUpPanel9.7 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS AndroidSlidingUpPanelThis library provides a simple way to add a draggable sliding up panel (popularized by Google Music and Google Maps) to your Android application. Brought to you by Umano.
BottomBar9.6 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS BottomBar(Deprecated) A custom view component that mimics the new Material Design Bottom Navigation pattern.
ShortcutBadger9.5 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS ShortcutBadgerAn Android library supports badge notification like iOS in Samsung, LG, Sony and HTC launchers.
Litho (By Facebook)A declarative framework for building efficient UIs on Android.
SystemBarTint9.4 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS SystemBarTint[DEPRECATED] Apply background tinting to the Android system UI when using KitKat translucent modes
cardslib9.3 0.0 L3 chromium_webview VS cardslibAndroid Library to build a UI Card
DragSortListView9.2 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS DragSortListViewAndroid ListView with drag and drop reordering.
TapTargetView9.1 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS TapTargetViewAn implementation of tap targets from the Material Design guidelines for feature discovery.
android-viewbadger9.0 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS android-viewbadger[DEPRECATED] A simple way to "badge" any given Android view at runtime without having to cater for it in layout
android-stackblur8.9 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS android-stackblurAndroid StackBlur is a library that can perform a blurry effect on a Bitmap based on a gradient or radius, and return the result. The library is based on the code of Mario Klingemann.
android-iconify8.9 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS android-iconifyAndroid integration of multiple icon providers such as FontAwesome, Entypo, Typicons,...
AndroidViewHover8.9 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS AndroidViewHoverAn elegant way to show your menu or messages.
android-pdfview8.9 0.0 L3 chromium_webview VS android-pdfview[DEPRECATED] A fast PDF reader component for Android development
DraggablePanel8.8 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS DraggablePanelAndroid library used to create an awesome Android UI based on a draggable element similar to the last YouTube graphic component.
AndroidTreeView8.7 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS AndroidTreeViewAndroidTreeView. TreeView implementation for android
android-pathview8.7 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS android-pathviewAndroid view with both path from constructed path or from svg.
KenBurnsView8.6 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS KenBurnsViewAndroid ImageViews animated by Ken Burns Effect
aFileChooser8.6 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS aFileChooser[DEPRECATED] Android library that provides a file explorer to let users select files on external storage.
Swipecards8.5 0.0 chromium_webview VS SwipecardsA Tinder-like Android library to create the swipe cards effect. You can swipe left or right to like or dislike the content.
AndroidQuery8.5 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS AndroidQueryAndroidQuery
MaterialIntroScreen8.5 0.0 L1 chromium_webview VS MaterialIntroScreenInspired by Heinrich Reimer Material Intro and developed with love from scratch
TourGuide8.5 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS TourGuideTourGuide is an Android library that aims to provide an easy way to add pointers with animations over a desired Android View
android-viewflow8.5 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS android-viewflowA horizontal view scroller library for Android
Flow8.4 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS FlowName UI states, navigate between them, remember where you've been.
MultiSnapRecyclerViewAndroid library for multiple snapping of RecyclerView
chromeview8.1 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS chromeviewAndroid WebView implementation that uses the latest Chromium code
android-segmented-controlios UISegmentedControl for android
TastyToast8.1 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS TastyToast:bread: Make your native android Toasts Tasty
StickyGridHeaders7.9 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS StickyGridHeadersAn Android Library that makes it easy to make grid views with sectioned data and headers that stick to the top.
AnimatedSvgViewAnimated SVG Drawing for Android
FloatingView7.8 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS FloatingViewFloatingView can make the target view floating above the anchor view with cool animation
range-bar7.8 0.5 L3 chromium_webview VS range-barAndroid widget for selecting a range of values.
HoloColorPicker7.8 0.0 L3 chromium_webview VS HoloColorPickerAn Android Holo themed colorpicker designed by Marie Schweiz
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TileView7.7 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS TileViewTileView is a subclass of android.view.ViewGroup that asynchronously displays, pans and zooms tile-based images. Plugins are available for features like markers, hotspots, and path drawing.
Android-SwipeToDismiss7.7 0.0 L2 chromium_webview VS Android-SwipeToDismissAndroid swipe-to-dismiss mini-library and sample code
StandOut7.7 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS StandOutStandOut lets you easily create floating windows in your Android app.
Bubbles for Android7.6 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS Bubbles for AndroidBubbles for Android is an Android library to provide chat heads capabilities on your apps. With a fast way to integrate with your development.
Flashbar7.6 0.0 chromium_webview VS Flashbar⚡️A highly customizable, powerful and easy-to-use alerting library for Android.
FancyCoverFlow7.5 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS FancyCoverFlowA cool Open Source CoverFlow view for Android with several fancy effects.
Emoji7.5 6.8 L5 chromium_webview VS EmojiA library to add Emoji support to your Android / JVM Application
SwipeStack7.4 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS SwipeStackA simple, customizable and easy to use swipeable view stack for Android.
NiftyNotificationeffects for android notifications
RippleView7.3 0.0 L3 chromium_webview VS RippleViewView that imitates Ripple Effect on click which was introduced in Android L (for Android 2.3+)
Android-ActionItemBadge7.3 0.0 L3 chromium_webview VS Android-ActionItemBadgeThis library offers a simple method to add a small badge icon to your ActionBar-MenuItem
android-sliding-layer-libHighly customizable SlidingLayer as you have seen in Wunderlist
android-uitableview7.0 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS android-uitableviewLibrary and example project on how to use the UITableView component
SortableTableView7.0 0.0 L5 chromium_webview VS SortableTableViewAn Android library containing a simple TableView and an advanced SortableTableView providing a lot of customisation possibilities to fit all needs.
ScratchView7.0 0.0 L4 chromium_webview VS ScratchViewScratchView repo is UX Design involving scratch cards like views which are scratched to reveal the information they conceal.
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support
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Android WebView wrapper based on chromium
This is just a experimental project, don't use it in product.
If you have problem when git pull, please re-clone this repository. I updated the commits information in 06/19/2014.
Why you need
The current performance of Android webview is so poor. ChromiumWebView gives your application early access to the newest features in Chromium, and removes the variability due to different WebView implementations in different versions of Android.
Inspired by ChromeView project, our goal is to provide full Android WebKit compatible API, so the web apps or hybrid apps can easily immigrate to chromium.
You can use ChromiumWebView as the same as Android WebView except for different package name.
The TintBrowser is forked from https://github.com/Anasthase/TintBrowser, but use Chromium WebView as web engine. The TintBrowser is a full functional browser that you can use it as start point.
This section explains how to set up your Android project to use ChromiumWebView.
Get the Code
Check out the repository in your Eclipse workspace, and make your project use
ChromiumWebView as a library. In Eclipse, right-click your project directory,
Properties, choose the
Android category, and click on the
assets/webviewchromium.pak to your project's
assets directory. Star
this bug if you
agree that this is annoying.
There is a sample project to illustrate the usage of ChromiumWebView in the test folder. It is only a shell program that can navigate website.
How to build libchromeview
A blog describes the source management of chromium which ChromiumWebView based on. It is written in chinese.
- Please set up your build environment by following the instructions on the Chromium wiki:
- You need to install extra pre-requisites to build for Android, covered in building Chrome for Android.
- depot_tools contains the following tools, used to manage and build libchromeview from source:
- gclient manages code and dependencies.
- ninja is the recommended tool for building libchromeview on Android. Its website contains detailed usage instructions.
Download the source
- Create a source directory:
cd <home directory> mkdir chromium-src cd chromium-src
- Auto-generate gclient's configuration file (.gclient):
gclient config --name=src/chromeview git://github.com/mogoweb/chromium_webview.git
You can replace git:// with ssh://[email protected] to use your GitHub credentials when checking out the code.
- From the same directory containing the .gclient file, fetch the source with:
- Setup build environment
cd chromium-src source ./chromeview/build/envsetup.sh mogo_gyp
- build libchromeview
ninja -C out/Debug libchromeview -j8
Copyright and License
The directories below contain code from the The Chromium Project, which is subject to the copyright and license on the project site.
Some of the source code in
src/com/mogoweb/chrome has been derived from the
Android source code, and is therefore covered by the
Android project licenses.
The rest of the code is Copyright 2013 mogoweb, All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the chromium_webview README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.