Android Studio plugins that I use in (almost) every project

Android plugins are a great way to speed up your development process, so here are my favorites:

Android ButterKnife Zelezny

Probably everyone who uses ButterKnife library knows about this one, but still, I need to mention it. This plugin will generate all view bindings for you.

Github

GsonFormat

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This is probably my favorite, this will create you model class from JSON string. It’s really simple to use, just copy/paste your JSON string.

Github

Android Parcelable code generator

Name of this plugin is really self-explanatory. You can easily forget how to write parcelable boilerplate code because this plugin will to work for you.

Github

ADB Idea

Basically, this is the menu with popular A commands, like uninstall, restart, clear data etc.

find_actions

Github

What about you?

What plugins do you use every day? Tell me in the comments.

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Kristijan Drača

Android developer since Android Gingerbread days. Except programming, he is interested in cryptocurrencies, DIY projects, games, etc.

6 thoughts on “Android Studio plugins that I use in (almost) every project”

  1. The GsonFormat just blew my mind. I hate working with super huge JSON and this plugin will help me a great deal. Thanks for tip.

  2. Thanks for this blog mate another plug-in added to my arsenal!. One of my favorite plug-in is material icon generator. It saves time from waiting for our designer to assetize icons

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