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org.jetbrains.compose

JetBrains Compose Gradle plugin for easy configuration

1.2.0-alpha01-dev686
(17 May 2022)

dev.jamiecraane.plugins.kmmresources

Gradle plugin for generating localizable resources for Android and iOS in a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile project for use in the UI, android, iOS and shared framework code.

1.0.0-alpha10
(01 April 2022)

com.bonitasoft.gradle.bonita-uid-page-crowdin

Crowdin translation management

0.1.59
(28 January 2022)

io.github.kranberry-io.runtests

Plugin that gives the ability of running kranberry tests in a easy way

1.0.5-beta
(23 November 2021)

com.shinow.oas-doc-gradle-plugin

This plugin uses swagger-ui to generate an OpenAPI description at spring application runtime.

1.0.12
(19 September 2021)

dev.jamiecraane.plugins.kmmimages

Gradle plugin for generating localizable resources for Android and iOS in a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile project for use in the UI, android, iOS and shared framework code.

1.0.0-alpha08
(28 July 2021)

net.socialhub.j2objccontrib.j2objcgradle

Gradle Plugin for J2ObjC, which is an open-source tool from Google that translates Java source code to Objective-C for the iOS (iPhone/iPad) platform. The plugin is not affiliated with Google but was developed by former Google Engineers and others. J2ObjC enables Java source to be part of an iOS application's build, no editing of the generated files is necessary. The goal is to write an app's non-UI code (such as application logic and data models) in Java, which is then shared by Android apps, web apps (using GWT), and iOS apps (using J2ObjC).

0.7.3
(16 June 2021)

io.codearte.nexus-staging

Releasing to Maven Central from Gradle without dealing with Nexus UI

0.30.0
(26 February 2021)

com.quadible.sherlockplugin

A plugin that helps us to record screenshots for Android apps (View-Based or Jetpack Compose UIs) and and compare them with previous version to check if unwanted changes were introduced.

1.0
(07 November 2020)

com.github.dgmartin.Dragomock

Dragomock is a mock translation generator. It is used to create more natural mock translations that provide developers a better idea of how their code and UI will perform under more natural localization test cases. It can also be used for demonstrating the localization abilities in an app.

0.09.00
(14 October 2020)