Xtendroid is a DSL (domain-specific language) for Android that is implemented using the Xtend transpiler, which features extension methods and active annotations (edit-time code generators) that expand out to Java code during editing or compilation. Active annotations, in particular, make Xtend more suitable for DSL creation than languages like Kotlin or Groovy (e.g. see @AndroidActivity). Xtendroid supports both Eclipse and IntelliJ/Android Studio, including code completion, debugging, and so on. Xtendroid can replace dependency injection frameworks like RoboGuice, Dagger, and Android Annotations, with lazy-loading getters that are automatically generated for widgets in your layouts. With Xtend's lambda support and functional-style programming constructs, it reduces/eliminates the need for libraries like RetroLambda and RxJava. With it's database support, Xtendroid also removes the need for ORM libraries.