KPoet is a Kotlin extensions library on top of JavaPoet that helps you write code generators / annotation processors that feel like actually writing Java code directly. It provides a Kotlin DSL syntax that resembles real java code as much as possible. Also it attempts to make the code generator writing clear as writing native java code itself.
Minimalist, annotation based, hook framework for Android built on top of AspectJ.
Dexposed is a powerful yet non-invasive runtime AOP (Aspect-oriented Programming) framework for Android app development, based on the work of open-source Xposed framework project.
JavaPoet is a Java API for generating
.java source files.
Source file generation can useful when doing things such as annotation processing or interacting with metadata files (e.g., database schemas, protocol formats). By generating code, you eliminate the need to write boilerplate while also keeping a single source of truth for the metadata.
Simple and easy to use toolkit for dynamic instrumentation of Dalvik code. Instrumentation is based on library injection and hooking method entry points (in-line hooking). The actual instrumentation code is written using the JNI interface.
The DDI further supports loading additional dex classes into a process. This enables instrumentation code to be partially written in Java and thus simplifies interacting with the instrumented process and the Android framework.
Simple binary instrumentation toolkit for Android ARM + Thumb.
Instrumentation is based on library injection and hooking function entry points (in-line hooking).
The toolkit consists of two main components the hijack tool and the base library.