TOP  PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES USED IN POPULAR WEBSITES

By BURUD HEMAJA

Most of the well-known websites use these top programming languages

JavaScript

For working on the backend, js is a very versatile language. For frontend development, there are Angular, Vue, and React, as well as Node. Jest and Mocha are two adaptable tools that aid in the creation of unit tests to determine whether or not functionality is functioning as intended.

Java

Java is the language used to teach the general public object-oriented programming. Java is also well-known in the fields of analytics and research. Most notably, Java is used in the creation of native Android applications. There are currently very few support packages and projects for the language.

Python

The language's flexibility allows it to be used for almost anything, from web development to scientific analysis. The majority of machine learning frameworks and libraries are written in Python. It is most likely the best language to learn about machine learning.

TypeScript

TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript with nearly identical applications. TypeScript can be used in web development, mobile app development, and desktop app development, among other things. 

Golang

Golang is the fifth-best language to learn by StackOverflow, being adored by 62.3% of developers. Currently, Golang supports some rudimentary amount of web development. Golang is an open-source language that frequently changes with every major update.

Dart

Dart is one of the fastest-growing programming languages in the industrial sector. Dart is currently most well-known for its use in the framework of Flutter, a language used for mobile app development. According to Google trends, Flutter is more popular than React Native for developing mobile apps.

Scala

Scala is a strong, general-purpose programming language. Scala provides language interoperability with Java so that libraries written in either language may be referenced directly in Scala or Java code.

PHP

PHP code is processed on a web server by a PHP interpreter. The result of the interpreted and executed PHP code – which may be any type of data – may form the whole or part of an HTTP response. It can be used for many programming tasks outside the web context.