During this week’s F8 developer conference Facebook announced their plans to open-source Litho – a declarative framework designed to build efficient user interfaces on Android platforms. In-fact this is the very same framework that Facebook uses to build it’s own Android apps – complete with built-in tools to improve scroll performance by 35%. The beauty of Litho is that it’s extremely easy to learn and use, while also having the ability to perform extremely complex tasks.
Litho is currently available on Github, along with detailed tutorials available on the Litho homepage.
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