This is the Windows app named EventBus whose latest release can be downloaded as EventBus3.3.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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EventBus is an open-source library for Android and Java that uses the publisher/subscriber pattern for loose coupling, enabling central communication to decoupled classes with just a few lines of code. It simplifies communication between Activities, Threads, Services and other components while also simplifying code, eliminating dependencies, and overall improving app development speed and quality.
EventBus offers several advanced features, such as jump start, delivery threads, subscriber priorities, and many others. It is specifically optimized for high performance and is small at just ~60k jar. It's been proven by numerous apps with more than a billion total installs.
- Simplifies communication between components
- Small and fast
- Simplifies code
- Decouples event senders and receivers
- Performs well with UI artifacts and background threads
- Avoids complex and error-prone dependencies and life cycle issues
- Convenient Annotation based API
- Android main thread delivery
- Background thread delivery
- Event & Subscriber inheritance
- Jump start
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