Android Studio : Import third-party library or package into Gradle Scripts



Tags : android-studio import-library gradle-scripts compile java

A note for Android Studio beginner like myself. Encounter an instruction on Github on how to import a third-party library into Android Studio project. Trouble is, the instruction is just

 Gradle

 dependencies {
 compile 'com.daimajia.numberprogressbar:library:1.4@aar'
 }

Ok, so... how to import or compile the third-party library/package ??

After some 'rookie' trials and errors, the steps are:

  1. In Android Studio, under Project, click Gradle Scripts and click on the build.gradle (Module: app) [position 1]

  2. Add the line shown below at [position 2]

compile 'com.daimajia.numberprogressbar:library:1.4@aar'

add compile instruction into build.gradle(Module: app)

Hope this helps!

  See also : Android Studio : Indicate progression with ProgressBar example



Tags : android-studio import-library gradle-scripts compile java

By Adam Ng

IF you gain some knowledge or the information here solved your programming problem. Please consider donating to the less fortunate or some charities that you like. Apart from donation, planting trees, volunteering or reducing your carbon footprint will be great too.


Advertisement