The open source software listed on this page is maintained by the community.
Here's how you can get support:
- To ask questions about the open source software and report any bugs you find, submit GitHub issues in the appropriate GitHub repository.
- To get help with coding and structuring your projects, use StackOverflow to ask questions.
Delivery SDKs are client libraries used for retrieving content from Kentico Cloud. The libraries can be used for both Java and Android applications.
- Delivery JavaRx (Android) SDK, available as
delivery-androidon Maven Central and jCenter. This SDK is built using ReactiveX programming and supports RxJava2 and RxAndroid querying. It also integrates with OkHttp for those developers who do not want to use Rx.
- Delivery Java SDK available as
delivery-sdk-javaon Maven Central. This SDK is built using Java 8+. As such, it is not compatible with Java 7 and only supports Android N and newer.
Learn more about any of the supported features of the SDKs by clicking the icon to open the relevant SDK documentation.
|Android TV sample app
||A sample Android TV app written in Java. The app uses the Delivery JavaRx SDK to retrieve and display content from the Kentico Cloud sample project.|
|JavaRx Android MVP
||A Android MVP application built using Reactive (Rx) programming with the Delivery JavaRx SDK. The application can be used as a blueprint for new applications.|
||A simple Java application showing the basic setup of the Delivery JavaRx SDK. Displays content from the Kentico Cloud sample project.|
|Augmented reality art gallery
||A Android application that displays a simple art gallery and can use the ARCore platform to display the art as augmented reality with a real environment. Content is pulled from Kentico Cloud using the Delivery JavaRx SDK. The application can be used as a blueprint for new applications.|
|Java Model Generator||A utility for generating strongly-typed models based on Content Types in a Kentico Cloud project. Designed to be used with Delivery Java SDK.|