Sweet Android libraries written in Kotlin
AndroLua is the Lua interpreter ported to the Android platform. Others have ported Lua to Android, but this project is special:
Anko is a library which makes Android application development faster and easier. It makes your code clean and easy to read, and lets you forget about rough edges of Android SDK for Java.
Macroid - a Scala GUI DSL for Android.
JavaCPP provides efficient access to native C++ inside Java, not unlike the way some C/C++ compilers interact with assembly language. No need to invent new languages such as with SWIG, SIP, C++/CLI, Cython, or RPython as required by cppyy. Instead, it exploits the syntactic and semantic similarities between Java and C++. Under the hood, it uses JNI, so it works with all implementations of Java SE, in addition to Android, Avian, and RoboVM (instructions).
100% interoperable with Java™
The Go mobile repository holds packages and build tools for using Go on Android.
Golang on Android. Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
Python for android is a project to create your own Python distribution including the modules you want, and create an apk including python, libs, and your application.
Xtendroid is an Android library that combines the power of Xtend with some utility classes/annotations for productive Android development. With Xtendroid, you can spend a lot less time writing boilerplate code and benefit from the tooling support provided by the Xtend framework.
Scaloid is a library that simplifies your Android code. It makes your code easy to understand and maintain by leveraging Scala language.
Ruboto is a framework and tool chain to develop native Android apps, using the Ruby language we all know and love.
A tool for writing Android applications in Mirah.
Neko is a toolkit designed to make Android development using Clojure easier and more fun. It accomplishes this by making adding Clojure support to your Android project easy and providing functional wrappers and alternatives to Android’s Java API.