Android client for public libraries. See opacapp.net for details.
- Search the catalogue
- Make reservations
- Account view
- extending lending periods
- Notification for return dates
- Search by ISBN using barcodes
- much more cool stuff
Not all of the features are available for every library.
Java Library (
The underlying code that the app uses to connect to the different supported OPAC software systems and parse
data from them is available as a separate library called
libopac. It can also be used in ordinary Java
projects because it does not depend on Android APIs. More information about the library can be found in
its own README file.
Library configuration files
The JSON configuration files for each library previously located in the
opacclient/opacapp/src/main/assets/bibs directory were recently removed from the repository and can be downloaded from our server. For more information about this, see here.
We'd like to invite you to contribute to our project, e.g. by improving the user interface or adding support
for new libraries. Additionally, you could help to extend our test suite to increase this number:
Checking out the project with Android Studio should be fairly straightforward, but we also have a little bit of information in the project wiki. Contributions are best submitted via GitHub pull requests.
If you get stuck anywhere in the process, please do not hestitate to ask us anytime at email@example.com.
Please note that we have a Code of Conduct in place that applies to all project-related communication.
This code is released under the terms of the MIT License
It contains several libraries:
- jsoup, (c) Jonathan Hedley and contributors, MIT License
- ACRA, (c) Kevin Gaudin and contributors, Apache License
- cwac-endless and cwac-adapter, (c) CommonsWare, LLC and Google, Inc., Apache License
- Android Support library, (c) Google Inc., Apache License
- NineOldAndroids, (c) Jake Wharton, Apache License
- android-flowlayout, (c) Artem Votincev, Apache License
- rv-joiner, (c) Evgeny Egorov, Apache License
Many thanks go to our contributors, including: