Lazysodium is a cryptography library based on Libsodium that provides developers with an effortless cryptography experience.
This app demonstrates Lazysodium's capabilities with live examples. This app is for those techie folk that have an interest in cryptography and want to use cryptography in their Java or Android apps with speed and ease.
Lazysodium works with Android API 16 and above. The features are below:
✅Super easy install.
✅Completely open source.
✅Ability to use commercially under the terms of the MPLv2.
✅Great collaborative documentation.
✅Up-to-date with the awesome Libsodium library.
✅Bundled and compiled native libraries so you don't have to.
✅Reactive and fast release cadence.
✅Bring your own Libsodium native libraries.
✅Lazysodium for Android and Lazysodium for Java both benefit from the same codebase.
✅They both have been designed with JNA Direct Mapping for extra speed.
✅Architected in a composite oriented fashion to allow developers to narrow what operation they want to use at any time - less opportunity for bugs.
✅Architected in such a way that you can use the raw JNA wrapped native C functions whenever you want.
✅Built by a division of Terl called Lazycode. We needed Lazysodium for our project Recordo. This means Lazysodium is a long-term project.
✅Includes 99% of the features of Libsodium.