Macroid — a Scala GUI DSL for Android
Macroid is the most badass modular functional user interface creation language for Android, implemented with Scala macros. Some people say it’s also a dead noodle.
Striving to be focused on one thing (GUI), Macroid promotes composability and high-level abstractions.
For more info head to http://macroid.github.io!
libraryDependencies ++= Seq( aar("org.macroid" %% "macroid" % "2.0.0-M5")
If you want to use the SNAPSHOT version you need to add the Sonatype SNAPSHOT repo
resolvers += "Sonatype OSS Snapshots" at "https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots" libraryDependencies ++= Seq( aar("org.macroid" %% "macroid" % "2.0-SNAPSHOT")
All contributions are welcome (and encouraged)!
*Macroid*’s commit message structure is inspired by the Spray project. The message has the following format:
[=|+|!] [core|viewable|akka|docs|all]: <Actual message>.
=means there are no API changes
+means added functionality
!means breaking changes (source or binary)
! core: Receive UI actions in mapUi & co (fix #48) mapUi, flatMapUi, ... now operate on UI actions, rather than simple thunks. For example, the new type signature for mapUi is (A ⇒ Ui[B]) ⇒ Future[B].
Following this convention greatly simplifies writing the changelogs.
Although this is not crucial, updating the docs under
macroid-docs together with the code changes might save some time in the future, and thus is highly appreciated. It can be done in the same commit.