If you are using Gradle
https://developer.android.com/studio/build/dependencies.html#gmaven-access wrote:Programmatic access
For programmatic access to Google's Maven artifacts, you can get an XML list of artifact groups from maven.google.com/master-index.xml. Then, for any group, you can view its library names and versions at:
For example, libraries in the android.arch.lifecycle group are listed at maven.google.com/android/arch/lifecycle/group-index.xml.
You can also download the POM and JAR files at:
For example: maven.google.com/android/arch/lifecycle/compiler/1.0.0/compiler-1.0.0.pom.
you just need to know the path to the file
Norm Radder wrote:I get Error 404 for several of the posted links.
Norm Radder wrote:Can you determine a library's version by looking at its contents?
Norm Radder wrote:Where did you get the names like appcompat and cardview
and the version numbers like v7:26.1.0 ?
added in version 25.1.0
belongs to Maven artifact com.android.support:cardview-v7:27.0.0
Summary: XML Attrs | Inherited Constants | Inherited Fields | Ctors | Methods | Protected Methods | Inherited
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