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Language Application development

By mot114 ·
Hi everyone; Please is it possible to create a self tutor app for different languages. For instance; a app that will be able to tutor or teach its user different languages. It an idea that has the potential of helping people out in a language barear location. If possible please I would need a professional app developer to help me out. Thanks
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May be this would help you

by danishqureshi In reply to Language Application deve ...

Choose the Right Programming Language
HTML5
HTML5 is the ideal programming language if you are looking to build a Web-fronted app for mobile devices. Although it makes various data types simply to insert, accounts for different screen sizes, rationalizes input parameters, and even levels the browser playing field, the problem with HTML5 is that it is still a proposed standard. Currently supported in a lot of different ways by a lot of different browsers, HTML5, from the cost-efficiency point of view, has the advantage of building on the current version of HTML- making the learning curve much shallower than that for a completely new language.

Objective-C
The primary programming language for iOS apps, Objective-C was chosen by Apple to build apps that are robust and scalable. Being a C-language superset, it does have a number of functions that precisely deal with graphics, I/O, and display functions. Moreover, as part of the Apple development framework, Objective-C is fully integrated into all iOS and MacOS frameworks. However, it’s now slowly being replaced in the Apple ecosystem by a more powerful language called Swift.

Swift
Swift is the latest programming language to foray into the Apple ecosystem, mainly considering its prevalence in writing code for Apple’s latest APIs, Cocoa, and Cocoa Touch. Even though it is a language written to work along with Objective-C, the Cupertino company is making it obvious for iOS developers to turn to Swift for complete programming. Designed to eliminate the likelihood of many of the security vulnerabilities possible with Objective-C, it’s time for mobile app developers to turn to Swift, as many businesses are looking to hire Swift developers with expertise in developing cutting-edge mobile apps using this language.

C++
This is the most appropriate and robust programming language when it comes to building mobile apps for Android and Windows- and, mainly for low-level programming, it's still the go-to language on platforms for mobile app developers. As a powerful programming language, C++ allows mobile apps to be developed for practically every purpose on every platform that exists. It might not be super chic or trendy, but it dominated the programming world even before the smartphone revolution.

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