What is the best language for app websites?

mrester

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I'm interested in creating an app website... maybe a SaaS tool. What language is best for it?
 

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Udemy.com is where I basically learn everything. Lucky for you, all courses are max priced at $50 unlike when I bought them for $200 plus :/
 

Simon

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I've heard the best coding for web designing is HTML, CSS, and Java. Java would bring in the applications you desire.
 

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I've heard the best coding for web designing is HTML, CSS, and Java. Java would bring in the applications you desire.
The only problem with that is Javascript is slow. The more Javascript you use, the less Google with favor you.

I meant just plain Java. But, yeah it is good to note that Javascript could hinder the website if used too much.
 
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Java is great for Android Development and you should use the official Android SDK which takes a while to grasp but is a powerful suite.

For IOS, I believe it has it's own language but I think, correct me if I'm wrong, you need a Mac or Macbook to make IOS applications which turned me away from development.
 

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Java is great for Android Development and you should use the official Android SDK which takes a while to grasp but is a powerful suite.

For IOS, I believe it has it's own language but I think, correct me if I'm wrong, you need a Mac or Macbook to make IOS applications which turned me away from development.
Well, as you know, Apple's development has is own tools like Xcode IDE for MAC OS, but you can use a third-party cross-platform development tools to get around these limitations. Many developers choose to work with Xamarin platform to develop native applications for any environment.
 

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Well, as you know, Apple's development has is own tools like Xcode IDE for MAC OS, but you can use a third-party cross-platform development tools to get around these limitations. Many developers choose to work with Xamarin platform to develop native applications for any environment.
Xamarin is something I'm learning atm and it is a very nice cross platform suite :smiley: