5 awesome GitHub Repository you can use in your application to make it look Amazing #PART 2

This is the part 2 for this kind of post soon I will post more GitHub Repository list post 😁 

Hello guys I am sorry that I am busy so I am not able to make any new UI designs but I have so many ideas to make but I did not have time but I can help you guys with something I find so many GitHub Repository which are look awesome and great you guys can use this repos in your android projects and make your app look awesome I will make new UI design and codes when I am free but it will take some time. So for now follow this and enjoy….


A layout to transition between two views using a Floating Action Button as shown in many Material Design concepts
Sample 1








Here are the repo-> https://github.com/truizlop/FABRevealLayout 

2. TapBar Menu

Simple library that helps creating a “Tap Bar” menu layout.
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Install Add the dependency to your build.gradle:
dependencies {
compile 'com.github.michaldrabik:tapbarmenu:1.0.5'

A simple Floating Action Button that shows an anchored Navigation View and was inspired by Menu Material Fixed created by Tommaso Poletti
Installation Include the library in your build.gradle
compile 'com.github.andremion:floatingnavigationview:1.1.1'

Here are the repo-> https://github.com/andremion/Floating-Navigation-View

4. A dynamic Sheet, first two pictures:

This repository is in Japanise I dont understand the documentation but its look cool you can understand when you use this …
Add this in gradle/build.gradle
repositories {
maven {
url "https://jitpack.io"
compile 'com.github.zzz40500:AndroidSweetSheet:1.1.0'

5. BottomSheet

BottomSheet is an Android component which presents a dismissible view from the bottom of the screen. BottomSheet can be a useful replacement for dialogs and menus but can hold any view so the use cases are endless. This repository includes the BottomSheet component itself but also includes a set of common view components presented in a bottom sheet. These are located in the commons module. BottomSheet has been used in production at Flipboard for a while now so it is thoroughly tested. Here is a GIF of it in action inside of Flipboard!
FlipUI gif
Installation If all you want is the BottomSheet component and don’t need things from commons you can skip that dependency.
repositories {

dependencies {
compile 'com.flipboard:bottomsheet-core:1.5.3'
compile 'com.flipboard:bottomsheet-commons:1.5.3' // optional
Thanks for your time I will come back with more post soon… If you want any help and want any request then you can always comment down bellow…
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