When creating native apps for Android, you will normally use the Java programming language for your logic. The same way as Objective C for iOS, Java was written long before mobile development took place. Both languages are powerful, fully-functional and effective. But the fact is that they were not optimized for mobile. Why not to… Continue reading Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?
Internet of Things(IoT) is extremely broad phrase, and can mean a great many different things. But it does not change the fact that each day more and more devices all over the world are being connected to the Internet. At that rate, Internet of Things (IoT) development projects are gaining popularity to say the least.… Continue reading Popular Languages for IoT
We see this “Is Java out of business?” question pop up year after year. They say that Java is the least feature-rich language of the popular languages on the JVM and the slowest to move on new features in the last decade. There are also people who believe that because so many new JVM languages… Continue reading Is Java out of business?
If you are a techie person, you, of course, know the tradition to write a little program to print the text “Hello, world!” to the screen when learning a new language. So today I would like to say “Hello, Rust!” to relatively new system programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segmentation faults, and guarantees… Continue reading Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing
For almost 15 years ASP.NET has been one of the best web development technologies and many developers consider it to be the best offering from Microsoft. ASP.Net evolves to bring in better features and functionality, which helps businesses scale better. Each year developers see few new trends that enhances development and shortens the time-to-market the… Continue reading Trends to follow: ASP.NET