Maintaining Remote Git Sub-Modules in Android Apps

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In this article, you’ll learn how maintain a remote sub-module in android projects. A remote sub-module is an android library module hosted on git as a repository that can be added as a sub-module to several projects. Along with that you’ll also learn why we need a remote sub-module and how to create one.

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