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What language is recommended for developing mobile apps?

1/29/2020 2:06:09 AM

Márton Hartvig

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Java C#

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Java, Kotlin, Swift among others.

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Java Kotlin and swift

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Depends on the platform: Java and Kotlin is good for Android while Objective-C and Swift is good for iDevices (iPhones, iPads, etc)

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Java or kotlin

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Java, Kotlin and swift

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Kotlin, Java, Swift Dart, ES6 (react native), C#... But whatever choice you make – whether it be mobile web, native or hybrid app – be careful to adequately research and confirm your assumptions.😊😊

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For Android: Java, Kotlin or Xamarin framework (C#), Android studio (IDE) For iOS: Swift, Objective-C

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to some extent, Yes. it is not used in professional mobile app development. although you can do them using the Kivy framework on Python

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OK kindly there are lots of frameworks developed for Android programming since Android is also became popular. I'm not covering only Android but this days ios is also become popular that mobile programming is now become a well possibility in IT markets. Traditionally for Android Java and kotlin is best languages and so on for ios swift and objective-c. But lots of framework provides both of services without using the different codes in different environments. Instead it use same code and compile it for two different platforms. Like Xarmin(c#) , flutter(dart) , React- native(JS, CSS, HTML).

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I could tell you anything but you decide what you should use, I use ruby installing with rvm and using a gem called ruboto

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Nobody mentioned python. Is it very bad for this purpose?

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Dart with Flutter

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