The api which Android SDK exposes to retrieve the data from a 'returning system call' (camera, gallery, email...) just does not give a shit about Don't break the chain leitmotiv. Indeed, the OnActivityResult approach will broke entirely your observable chaining.
A small library which will save you from writing the same intent creation code again and again for the most simple tasks.
Aftermath handles the consequences of your startActivityForResult calls.
Fluent API for common Intent use-cases in Android.
A collection of well-known Android intents for most common actions. Helps you call thirdparty apps to do generic work instead of you. You can call camera app for taking photos, share text, make calls, send SMS messages, scan barcodes and QR-codes and more. See methods and javadocs of IntentUtils class inside of library.
This project is a light open-source library that improves the sharing experience on Android.
An Android Library for the creation of SendTo Intents with mailto: URI.
Android Intent wrapper with fluid API and argument validations.
IntentLogger allows to dump intent content into logcat.
IntentBuilder is a type safe way of creating intents and populating them with extras. Use them with your Activities and Services.
This is a library for flexible trusted interactions between Android apps. It is modeled after Android's signature protection level for permissions. The key difference is that the framework allows the trusted signature to be set, rather than requiring to match the current app's signature.
This project gives more control over implicit intents creation and the way it is presented.
An Android Library for the type-safe creation of Share Intents.
Grenade is annotation based intent builder for activities and services. By using this library, you can build Intent with extras and retrieve extras by type safe way and less code.
OmegaIntentBuilder - a simple way to create and start your own intent.
Simple builders of common intents for the Android platform.
This library uses the power of RxJava to wrap an Observable android Activity#onActivityResult() method so you can easily request something from other activities and have the result right there in your observabale's subscribe() method.
This app is built during the free time of the developer for fun. It provides with a tool to test some Intent behavior while building and testing other apps or just for fun playing with the framework. ;) This app would not work and feel the same way if it weren't for some great Android open-source projects that were used during the development.