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|Last commit||about 2 years ago|
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|Repo Last Updated||over 1 year ago|
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Code in this repo shows how to set up Anko library in the Android Gradle project. The application is very simple yet working and shows some important Anko concepts. Please take into account that to work with this code in Android Studio you will need to install Kotlin plugin from JetBrains Plugins.
The repo can be also used as a template, so it may be a nice starting point for your new app. Come get some! :thumbsup:
Project can be easily imported into IntelliJ IDEA 15 or Android Studio.
Select File | Import project and open the
You can read more about Anko library here.