Optimise your Android Studio builds, by creating generated projects. Inspired by GradleBuildExperiment. A tool to generate a real life Java and Kotlin Android project to analyze and improve build times.
Create a real life complexity Android project that mimics your own and observe the build times. If the build times of the generated project are way smaller than yours, it might be worth inspecting deeply your build configs and optimize.
- Configurable number of modules
- Configurable number of packages
- Configurable number of classes
- Configurable number of inter module dependencies
- Android resources (images, strings,activities, layouts)
- Configurable version of gradle, kotlin, the android gradle plugin
To run, grab the latest JAR
java -jar as-poet.jar.
Command line arguments
Android Studio Poet supports the following command line arguments
- Config - just run
java -jar as-poet.jar MyConfig.json
- Folder with configs - just run
java -jar as-poet.jar <path to a folder with configs>Android Studio Poet will crawl the folder recursively and execute each config in turn.
Build & Run
- Clone the repo
java -jar aspoet/build/libs/aspoet-all.jar
The generated sources will include the basic functionality of method calling both in class itself and between the generated classes, both in Java and Kotlin
The generated build.gradle files will include other modules as dependencies
You can control Android resources (images, layouts etc')
You can control product flavors
You can have both source and resources inter-module dependencies
This is not an official Google product.
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