AppListManager (Android Library) Sample App

Source code and Android Library used in this sample app "AppListManager": https://github.com/LayoutXML/AppListManager

Sample app that showcases most of the features can be found in "app" folder in the above repository. Application contains two independent (for the most part) activities:

MainActivity, which demonstrates these features:
•  Receiving all applications (getAllApps).
•  Receiving new applications (getAllNewApps and broadcast receiver).
•  Receiving uninstalled applications (getAllUninstalledApps and broadcast receiver).
•  Receiving some (system) applications (getSomeApps) with flags.
•  Receiving all activities (with launcher intent) (getAllActivities).
•  Receiving new activities (with launcher intent) (getAllNewActivities and broadcast receiver).
•  Receiving uninstalled activities (with launcher intent) (getAllUninstalledActivities and broadcast receiver).
•  Sorting (sort).

ListActivity, which demonstrates these features:
•  Showing spinning progress bar (loading) when waiting for application/activity list.
•  Receiving all applications (getAllApps).
•  Receiving all activities (with launcher intent) (getAllActivities).
•  Showing application/activity list on screen.
•  Receiving new applications (getAllNewApps and broadcast receiver).
•  Receiving new activities (with launcher intent) (getAllNewActivities and broadcast receiver).
•  Updating the list on screen with new applications/activities.
•  Receiving uninstalled applications (getAllUninstalledApps and broadcast receiver).
•  Receiving uninstalled activities (with launcher intent) (getAllUninstalledActivities and broadcast receiver).
•  Updating the list on screen without uninstalled applications/activities.
•  Sorting (sort).
•  Launching applications and activities.

Application uses "AppListManager" version 2.1.0
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What's New

Library version 2.1.0

Added a new generic type object to AppData (variable called object). It is an additional variable that you can use for your own needs. If you need multiple variables, create a new wrapper object (new type) to hold those variables. Can be used with getObject() and setObject(Object), where Object is any type.
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Additional Information

Updated
November 9, 2018
Size
1.5M
Installs
100+
Current Version
2.1.0
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Rokas Jankunas (LayoutXML)
Developer
Seabraes, Seabraes Court, Dundee, DD1 4LA
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