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First mobile app

what coding language should I learn to make a mobile app?And which software is easier to help me make a simple and fun app?

30th Nov 2017, 5:54 PM
Sergiu Ceică
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Android- Java IOS app- Swift Windows app- C++ / C#
1st Dec 2017, 3:35 AM
Muhd Khairul Amirin
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c++ c# or java for Android apk. But java is best for Android apk because it's more easier than c++ or c# for Android app development.
2nd Dec 2017, 5:34 AM
Abdul Mabud
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You will need this languages *Android = C++ / Java *IOS = Swift / Objective-C *Windows = C# (C Sharp)
17th Dec 2017, 5:14 PM
Oluwatobiloba Adegbaju
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1st Dec 2017, 3:41 AM
Jaydeep Khatri
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If you want to be a good programmer, Fast of all you need to know C or C++ or C#. Because C is the basic language of all language. For android you need to know >>>java. For ios>>>Swift. Of course you can also make mobile app using C or C++.
1st Dec 2017, 12:50 AM
Mahmudul Hasan Fahim
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Swift, Java
30th Nov 2017, 7:51 PM
stKhaDgar - avatar
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swift-ios android-c++/java windows-c#/c++
18th Dec 2017, 1:50 PM
Ade🧑🏽‍💻 - avatar
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You can use C# for all mobile platforms with Xamarin, BTW. P.S. I really don't know how C can be a basic language for Fortran, Ada, Lisp etc. Actually, I can not agree, that C is a basic language even for C++.
1st Dec 2017, 8:54 AM
Василий Сибирев
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should i start with unity or what else?
1st Dec 2017, 11:46 AM
Sergiu Ceică
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swift, cobol
2nd Dec 2017, 5:10 AM
Aashay Soni
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React Js it will handle all android , iphone and windows app
20th Dec 2017, 2:59 AM
Sanheen Sethi
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you should go for kotlyn , its best
21st Dec 2017, 6:42 PM
Anmol Agarwal
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Hey everyone :) Wow, reading Sergiy Ceica's post brought back memories of when I first dipped mytoys into the world of mobile app development. The excitement mixed with a hint of confusion, right? You need to follow the latest trends in the world of mobile development. Here is a good resource that describes the most popular ones: Sergiu, for your first mobile app, I'd suggest going with a language like Swift if you're targeting iOS devices (iPhone/iPad) or Kotlin if you're looking at Android. They're both beginner-friendly and widely used for app development. As for software, Xcode is fantastic for iOS app development, and Android Studio is the go-to for Android apps. They provide a lot of tools to help you get started and have vibrant communities for support. Now, about my experience - oh boy, it was a rollercoaster! I remember struggling with my first app's layout, but with time and perseverance, I got the hang of it. My advice is to start with a simple idea, maybe a to-do list app or a basic calculator. These projects will give you a solid foundation.
15th Aug 2023, 11:51 AM
Martin Stas
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