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Created by waqasZb, 385 days ago, 549 views

Tell me which is the best programming language to make android application
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AAA1992385 days ago

@waqasZb
usually , People use Java ,I feel java is better for create native app..
also , you can use C# or C++ or Go language

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ChessKing384 days ago

If you learn Java, you will know C# 80% and Vice versa.
You can make Android apps in Java(native solution) and C#(Xamarin).
About games:in Java there are no such cool engines, which would have exceeded Unity, which uses C#.
You should start learning English, because most of the good teaching materials
it's written on it.
Then you need to learn the basics of programming in some simple imperative language.For example
Python .When you know what data types, conditional statements , loops, and so on, you can go further.
At this point you learn Java/C# and OOP.Further, you can study algorithms and data structures at your own request, but it is not necessary.
Well, at the last stage you study the technology that interests you.

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VeraGarth380 days ago

The languages you might consider learning for Android development include:

Java – Java is the official language of Android development and is supported by Android Studio. It has a steep learning curve however.

Kotlin – Kotlin was recently introduced as a secondary “official” Java language. It is similar to Java in many ways but is a little easier to get your head around.

C/C++ — Android Studio also supports C++ with the use of the Java NDK. This allows for native coding applications, which can be handy for things like games. C++ is more complicated though.

C# — C# is a slightly more beginner-friendly alternative to C or C++ that obfuscates more code. It’s supported by some very handy tools like Unity and Xamarin which are great for game development and for cross-platform development.

BASIC – A bonus option is to learn BASIC and try the B4A IDE from Anywhere Software. This is an easy but powerful tool, though definitely much more niche!

Corona/LUA – Another cross-platform tool build on LUA. It massively simplifies the app-building process and allows you to call native libraries.

PhoneGap (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) – If you already know how to build interactive web pages, then you can use this knowledge with PhoneGap to build a more basic cross-platform app.

I would recommend you Kotlin as the best language for developing Android applications.

Kotlin recently burst onto the scene as the “other” official language for Android development. Some speculation suggests that this is likely to raise the language’s profile and that it could possibly become the next Swift.

Like Java, Kotlin runs on the Java Virtual Machine. It’s also completely interoperable with Java and doesn’t cause any slow down or increase in file sizes. The difference is that Kotlin requires less “boiler plate” code, meaning that it is a more streamlined and easy-to-read system. It also does away with errors like null point exceptions and even excuses you from ending every line with semicolons. In short, it’s great if you’re just learning to develop Android apps for the first time. However, it's better to hire software development company if you want a good app. And if you decide yo hire one, check out this article - you can find some tips that can help https://steelkiwi.com/blog/tips-how-employ-best-team-developers-your-project/.

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DanielLee5378 days ago

Java remains the most popular primary programming language, but JavaScript is the most used programming language overall. That is according to a recently released report from JetBrains on the State of the Developer Ecosystem in 2018 by the way. I could recommend everyone to check this article which contains the latest report on Java developers salaries https://diceus.com/java-developer-salary/ , very interesting.

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darkpsinight372 days ago

Java
Kotlin
C/C++
C#
Basic
Corona
PhoneGap

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mahesh_patil371 days ago

currently, only java is mature language but for future, kotlin is highly recommended as it's syntax is easier

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Jay21369 days ago

I will agree with other commentators, Jave language is the most suitable for android app.

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MiriGrace347 days ago

Java is the most suitable for mobile and specialists with strong java skills are the most hirable. That’s why I'm taking java online class to perform my knowledge in this area. Also, I’d recommend you to pay more attention to java homework helpers like assignment.essayshark https://assignment.essayshark.com/java-help.html

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