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What Weapon is used to make an app??

25th May 2019, 5:51 AM
10 Answers
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For Android application: Java, Kotlin For iOS application: Objective C, Swift For PC application: Java, C++, C#, Python, etc. For Web application: HTML, CSS, JS, PHP
25th May 2019, 6:31 PM
MrPeterPlay - avatar
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Almost all programming languages but most especially java, kotlin, c++, python, swift for iOS, Html5 for webapps
25th May 2019, 11:02 AM
Mirielle - avatar
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Java, Kotlin, C, C++ mostly They are only called weapons in sololearn challenges, they are actually programming languages
25th May 2019, 6:16 AM
Airree - avatar
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Thank u so much everyone
25th May 2019, 11:08 AM
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1.Java. You cannot go wrong with Java when making Android apps. ...Kotlin. 2.Kotlin is a language that was designed to run on the Java Virtual Machine. ... 3.C# C# is an incredible language. ...4.Python. ... 5.HTML5 + CSS + JavaScript. ... 6.Lua. ... 7.C/C++ ...
25th May 2019, 6:38 AM
Parth Lakhani
Parth Lakhani - avatar
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Little boy and fat man
25th May 2019, 6:30 AM
Farry - avatar
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a base ball bat
25th May 2019, 7:18 AM
Ginfio - avatar
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29th May 2019, 12:27 PM
If you are looking to learn how to build android apps. Java and XML are the way to go. You can even download the android studio from online. If you are looking to build app based games, learn C# and how to use unity. If you want to build your own graphic models with all of this in mind, download and learn how to use blender 2.8. This software also has a built in Python 3 console so learning that can be useful in of these. With blender, you can make complex models, then you can import them to unity then you can build a game in unity, then you can deploy it in android studio and test it. Boom. 4 languages, 3 softwares to learn. Mobile apps are where money is at now a days. Summary: Xml, java, (C# is optional if you wanna make games and python is extremely useful down the road for designing models but very optional.) The three softwares you have to use is android studios Unity blender 2.8 All very powerful, and very free.
25th May 2019, 9:13 PM
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I'd also suggest downloading eclipse. It's a developers test environment for Java and allows you to test strips of code or full programs before implementing them into the studio and potentially messing up your app.
25th May 2019, 9:16 PM
Mr_Smiles - avatar