Which Language Should You Learn for Apps?

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Which Language Should You Learn for Apps? (The Daily Overpass #59)

Today, I answer a basic question that doesn’t have a basic answer . . . . which programming language should you learn to create an app?

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owleagle says:

i want a strong programming language that can make any app,game on pc .Please help me sir and tell which programming language should i study ?

AND here the list of programming languages i know about


Cody Liu says:

You missed Kotlin. haha

waza987 says:

I would recommend Kotlin. I started learning that because I was originally interested in business server side applications and was told this was new up coming language that will run alongside existing java. ( This was just before it was announced Kotlin is the new default for android) I switched to learning swift because I got interested in apps, and I own an iPhone and iPad so it made sense to make for them rather than android. There are differences but also massive similarities to the approaches of Kotlin and Swift.

Nayara Anastacio says:

Hi, a friend had this great idea and I would like to help him build his business. The problem is, neither of us know anything about coding, and the business has everything to do with building an app that doctors, dentists, and other businesses would use. Where should I start?

Hadi Oden says:

Hi Eric
I have a business idea and i want to find a developer to design an application , the idea is simmilar like Uber app, its includes servises and for now i want to find professional developer but since i don't know what are the best languages for designing application, i dont know how to make sure that the developer will select the right language for me, Because i have a big and long plan for this application to be widely spread around the world, so i want to start in the right direction with the right language, so what do you think is the best languages to start this application (like Uber app) at the beginning? And what do you think about Python? I heard Uber started with Python

Please help, thanks

Hart Henry says:

great advice.
thanks a million.
please could you please advice me on a language to learn to enable me in developing a social media or a dating app.?

Arjun Dahal says:

now what after learning launguage

Ashok Giri says:

Hi Eric, I am preparing SRS for a heavy application like AD manager plus.It will have a solid background engine and a web-based management console for user. Could You please suggest which language will be better for this?Thanking You in Advance..

adarsh abcd says:

u could use python

Nostalgik Gamez says:

Android is definitely the way to go. I'm leaning more towards c#/unity. I might get into xamarin for the native route for app development.

Cameron Versluis says:

Thank you, this was really helpful!

Mohan Kumar tech says:

Hi Sir…I'm a student and I'm interested in learning coding but I thought c language would be difficult to learn so I started learning python.. Could u suggest me any best languages to make apps and games for android..

abhishek sutar says:

How's python for developing apps?

Naldycodes Tanzania says:

hi, what language should i learn to create a program like adobe xd by adobe systems

mattyjy2k says:

Worth for people to also look into App Game Kit. You can Code in their advanced version of Basic or C# and now also Python and they can be depoyed easily to Andriod Iphone Windows or Mac, Linux and HTML5 Browsers and you can even stream the app stright to a phone while for testing before you have even finshed a build and its really cheap to buy. I don't work for them I promise I just use it to create my apps and games and I really don't feel it gets enough love.


Sir which is the Best app You Develop

Lyn Scott says:

I have created a few apps with Java & Swift.. it is ok but hard.
Ionic is really easy and fast to implement but slow and but the admob plugin is buggy as hell.
A xamarin hello world is over 35mb,..
So I plan to return to pure native or try React Native at least

extremegaming says:

C++ and C# Java and JavaScript

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