Last year, Google launched the Topeka web app as an “Open Source example” of what material design should look like on the web, and now they’re doing much the same—but for Android. The company took to its Android Developers’ blog to announce the Android version of Topeka, which the company hopes will help demonstrate the same Material Design principles for its mobile platform.

Today, we’re publishing a new material design example: The Android version of Topeka. It demonstrates that the same branding and material design principles can be used to create a consistent experience across platforms.

Like the Topeka web app, you can find Topeka for Android on GitHub. Within, you’ll find many examples of transition implementation, Material animations, vector drawables for displaying icons, unit and instrumentation tests, and more.

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