ActionBarSherlock is an standalone library designed to facilitate the use of the action bar design pattern across all versions of Android through a single API.
The library will automatically use the native ActionBar implementation on Android 4.0 or later. For previous versions which do not include ActionBar, a custom action bar implementation based on the sources of Ice Cream Sandwich will automatically be wrapped around the layout. This allows you to easily develop an application with an action bar for every version of Android from 2.x and up.
Android 4.4 Kitkat introduced a wonderful new opportunity: translucent bars.
FadingActionBar is a library which implements the cool fading action bar effect that can be seen in the new Play Music app.
This library uses the techniques outlined by Cyril Mottier in a popular blog post.
The three most commonly used action bar implementations are supported: stock (API 11+), ActionBarCompat and ActionBarSherlock.
GlassActionBar is an Android library which implements a glass-like effect for the action bar.
The three most commonly used action bar implementations are supported: stock (API >13), ActionBarCompat and ActionBarSherlock.
An explaination on how to implement the edition screen of the Newsstand app.
Header2ActionBar is a library which implements the fading action bar effect that can be seen in the new Play Music and Google Newspaper apps.
The Android Action Bar Style Generator allows you to easily create a simple, attractive and seamless custom action bar style for your Android application. It will generate all necessary nine patch assets plus associated XML drawables and styles which you can copy straight into your project.
SherlockNavigationDrawer is the implementation of the latest Google UX component, Navigation Drawer, for ActionBarSherlock. It should work exactly as Google Drive app, It works with ActionBarSherlock for pre Honeycomb devices and above. It also use Fragments.
A lightweight Android library that allows the drop down navigation list items to be grouped in sections. It was inspired from the Google I/O 2014 app how sessions are grouped in the ActionBar list.
Allows to have a nice Material-Design look&feel for API 14 (even below if you use release 10 of the library) and above for the PreferenceActivity, including most commonly used preferences and also showing the actionBar. All the dialogs are using the support library's dialogs, including accent-color. You can even choose which theme to use.