Domain-specific languages or DSLs are specifically for a specific part of an application. It is used to extract a portion of the code to use it again and make it more understandable. You use DSLs against a function or a method, and you can use the DSLs and the Right Code. Usually, DSLs can read the code more and almost like the language of talking. This means that even people who do not understand the architecture behind the code can understand its meaning.
A DSL changed the syntax of that particular part. In Kotlin, the Boilerplate code is obtained using Lamda, extension works and expansions and expansions to hide the internal implementation from the user. One of the best examples of Android development is the Gradle.
The two main features of the Kotlin language need to be used to create a DSL:
The Lambda expression is an unknown activity used to wrap the nature of the lambda expressive wrap; you can call the meaning of parameters or without parameters. You can cross them into functions and store class assets. If you are not familiar with Lamda expressions, you can check out the official documentation.
Lambdas outside of parentheses is a feature of Kotlin, and the Lambda argues for allowing you if it's the last parameter. In addition, if this is the only parameter, you can completely remove parentheses. This means if you call a method with Lambdas, it can call it. Lambdas outside the parentheses is a feature of Lambdas, and Lamda argues for allowing you if it's the last parameter. In addition, if this is the only parameter, you can completely remove parentheses.