Android ButterKnife edit





Butterknife is a view binding tool that uses annotations to generate boilerplate code for us. This tool is developed by Jake Wharton at Square and is essentially used to save typing repetitive lines of code like findViewById( when dealing with views thus making our code look a lot cleaner.

To be clear, Butterknife is not a dependency injection library. Butterknife injects code at compile time. It is very similar to the work done by Android Annotations.



Field and method binding for Android views which uses annotation processing to generate boilerplate code for you.

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