Adding Anyline Mobile SDK for Android as a local dependency

If you prefer to include the Anyline SDK as a local library in your project, you can follow these steps. This allows you to work with an offline version of the SDK.

Step 1: Download the Anyline SDK

Download the offline version of the Anyline SDK from the Maven Repository using the following link:

Step 2: Copy AAR to Project

Copy the downloaded .aar file to the libs directory of your Android project. This directory is typically located under app/libs. Ensure that the AAR file is named appropriately, using the specified version.

Step 3: Specify Dependency in build.gradle

Replace LATEST_SDK_VERSION in the code block below with 51.2.2 for the latest version.

// Root section of the file
repositories {
    flatDir {
        dirs 'libs'

dependencies {
    // Include transitive dependencies
    implementation 'com.squareup.moshi:moshi:1.14.0'
    implementation 'com.squareup.okhttp3:okhttp:3.14.9'
    implementation ""

    // Load Anyline SDK as a local dependency
    implementation(name:'anylinesdk-LATEST_SDK_VERSION', ext:'aar')

    //... Add your other dependencies

By following these steps, you integrate the Anyline SDK locally into your project, facilitating offline development.