AaFragmentManager is a convenient library for managing fragments in Android apps. With AaFragmentManager, you can easily handle fragment transactions, back stack management, and fragment communication.

Key Features

  • Effortlessly manage fragment transactions
  • Simple back stack management
  • Enable communication between fragments
  • Easily handle fragment lifecycle events
  • Smooth transitioning between fragments
  • Flexible fragment navigation

Getting Started

Step 1: Installation

To use AaFragmentManager in your Android project, follow these steps:

  1. Add the AaFragmentManager dependency to your project’s build.gradle file.
  2. Sync the project to fetch the dependency.

Step 2: Usage

To begin using AaFragmentManager, follow these steps:

  1. Create an instance of AaFragmentManager in your activity or fragment.
  2. Initialize AaFragmentManager in the onCreate() method of your activity or fragment.
  3. Use AaFragmentManager’s methods to handle fragment transactions, back stack management, and lifecycle events.


Example 1: Adding a Fragment

Use the addFragment() method to add a fragment to your activity or fragment:

aaFragmentManager.addFragment(containerViewId, fragment);

Example 2: Replacing a Fragment

You can replace an existing fragment using the replaceFragment() method:

aaFragmentManager.replaceFragment(containerViewId, fragment);

Example 3: Managing the Back Stack

AaFragmentManager allows you to handle the back stack effectively. Use the addToBackStack() method to add a fragment to the back stack:

aaFragmentManager.addToBackStack(fragment, backStackTag);

To handle back button press events, override the onBackPressed() method in your activity:

public void onBackPressed() {
    if (!aaFragmentManager.handleBackPress()) {

Example 4: Fragment Communication

If you need to communicate between fragments, you can achieve this with AaFragmentManager. Use the setFragmentResultListener() method to set a listener for fragment results:

aaFragmentManager.setFragmentResultListener(fragment, resultKey, resultListener);

In the fragment that wishes to send a result, call the setFragmentResult() method:

aaFragmentManager.setFragmentResult(resultKey, resultBundle);

To receive the result in another fragment, implement the onFragmentResult() method:

public void onFragmentResult(String resultKey, Bundle resultBundle) {
    // Process the result here


AaFragmentManager simplifies fragment management in Android apps, allowing you to focus on building engaging user interfaces. With its convenient and powerful features, AaFragmentManager is a valuable tool for any Android developer.