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CS506 - Web Design and Development GDB No. 1 Solution Fall 2015 Due Date: Thursday, February 16, 2016

CS506 - Web Design and Development GDB No. 1 Solution Fall 2015 Due Date: Thursday, February 16, 2016

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Java is top pick as one of the most popular programming languages, used for building server-side applications to video games and mobile apps. It's also the core foundation for developing Android apps, making it a favorite of many programmers. With its WORA mantra (write once, run anywhere), it's designed to be portable and run happily across multiple software platforms. I first got started with Java server programming back in 1999--it was so exciting, I actually wrote a few books about it. Java is everybody's pal!

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Java is anything but difficult to learn for an assortment of reasons. There's absolutely no deficiency of Java assets out there to offer you some assistance with learning the dialect, including sites, instructional exercises, books, and classes. Java is a standout amongst the most broadly talked about, taught, and utilized programming dialects on the planet. It's utilized for a wide range of sorts of programming activities, regardless of their scale, from web applications to desktop applications to portable applications.

 

A percentage of the Java's critical center components are:

It's anything but difficult to learn and get it

It's intended to be stage free and secure, utilizing virtual machines

It's article arranged

 

Android depends vigorously on these Java basics. The Android SDK incorporates numerous standard Java libraries (information structure libraries, math libraries, representation libraries, organizing libraries and everything else you could need) and unique Android libraries that will offer you some assistance with developing magnificent Android applications.

 

 

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The tech community recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of Java. It’s one of the most widely adopted programming languages, used by some 9 million developers and running on 7 billion devices worldwide. It’s also the programming language used to develop all native Android apps. Java’s popularity with developers is due to the fact that the language is grounded in readability and simplicity. Java has staying power since it has long-term compatibility, which makes sure older applications continue to work now into the future. It’s not going anywhere anytime soon and is used to power company websites like LinkedIn.com, Netflix.com and Amazon.com.

http://www.codingdojo.com/blog/9-most-in-demand-programming-languag...

1. Java

Java is top pick as one of the most popular programming languages, used for building server-side applications to video games and mobile apps. It's also the core foundation for developing Android apps, making it a favorite of many programmers. With its WORA mantra (write once, run anywhere), it's designed to be portable and run happily across multiple software platforms. I first got started with Java server programming back in 1999--it was so exciting, I actually wrote a few books about it. Java is everybody's pal!

http://www.inc.com/larry-kim/10-most-popular-programming-languages-...

 

More good news comes from a performance standpoint. Java is a compiled language that can be run in two different ways: either in a browser window or in a virtual machine that doesn't require a browser. That flexibility tends to mean a lot when it comes to re-using code and updating software.

If you're looking at Android as your primary platform you’re almost certainly going to look at Java. If iOS is your main target, you probably won't be doing Java-first development. And if you want to develop a common code base that runs across many different platforms, then Java should certainly be on your list of finalists.

 

http://www.informationweek.com/mobile/mobile-applications/6-top-pro...

 

Java is object-oriented programming language that is platform independent (meaning it can be used across different operating systems), but it is used extensively with Google’s Android mobile operating system. Object-oriented programming languages are organized around objects and data rather than logic and actions. Java works by categorizing objects and data together based on similar function as well as similar properties. Because it shares a similar structure with basic C-based languages, Java is a great transition language for intermediate developers because the syntax is much simpler than languages like C++ and there are extensive libraries for beginners.

http://www.startapp.com/blog/best-programming-languages-app-develop...

The official language for Android development is Java. Large parts of Android are written in Java and its APIs are designed to be called primarily from Java. It is possible to develop C and C++ app using the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), however it isn’t something that Google promotes. According to Google, “the NDK will not benefit most apps. As a developer, you need to balance its benefits against its drawbacks. Notably, using native code on Android generally does not result in a noticable performance improvement, but it always increases your app complexity.”

Java is a programming language first released by Sun Microsystems back in 1995. It can be found on many different types of devices from smartphones, to mainframe computers. You can use it on your desktop PC and even on the Raspberry Pi. Java doesn’t compile to native processor code but rather it relies on a “virtual machine” which understands an intermediate format called Java bytecode. Each platform that runs Java needs a virtual machine (VM)  implementation. On Android the original VM is called Dalvik. Google has also started previewing its next generation VM called ART. The job of these virtual machines is to interpret the bytecode, which is really just a set of instructions similar to the machine code found in CPUs, and execute the program on the processor. The VMs use a variety of technologies including  just-in-time compilation (JIT) and ahead-of-time compilation (AOT) to speed up the processes.

Must read: Java tutorial for beginners

What this all means is that you can develop Android apps on Windows, Linux or OS X and the Java compiler converts the source code into bytecode. This in turn is executed on the VM built-in to Android. This is different to the model used by iOS which uses a native compiler to turn Objective-C into ARM machine code.

http://www.androidauthority.com/android-7-0-features-673002/

Let’s begin with Java as it is the most powerful programming language that you can use today. Using Java, JavaScript and Enterprise Java Beans, you can easily develop software. We all know that there are completely different systems that are related manly by the work “Java” in their names. From these three, Java is the only one that you can find in mobile development.

When it comes to Java, it is an object-oriented programming language that is now owned by Oracle along with the rest of Sun Microsystems. As per the reports, it is the most-used programming languages, so expertise is easily obtainable in various individuals, providing their services to enterprises.

Moreover, there is good news from a performance viewpoint. Currently, Java is one such compiled language, which can be run in two different ways – either one can run it in a browser window or one can run it in a virtual machine, which doesn’t need any browser. This flexibility is extremely important when it comes to re-using code and updating software.

In any case, if you are looking at Android as the major platform, you will surely look at Java. Possibly you won’t be doing Java-first development if iOS is your main target. Java should be on your list of finalists if you wanted to develop a common code base, which runs around different platforms.

- See more at: http://www.mobiletechforce.com/blog/programming-languages-for-mobil...

http://www.mobiletechforce.com/blog/programming-languages-for-mobile/

September 20th, 2008 was the date when Google released the first Android OS by the name of ‘Astro’. After sometime next upgraded versions ‘Bender’ and ‘Cupcake’ were also released. Google then adopted the trend of naming Android versions after any dessert or a sweet in alphabetical order. The other releases are Donut, Éclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean.Marshmallow (Android 6.0) is so far the latest Android version from Google. Since the platform is not closed like iOS, there are too many great Android apps built by developers.

Just after stepping into the smartphone and tablets market Android gained immense popularity due to its beautiful appearance and efficient working. Many new features were introduced which played a significant role in Android’s success. Google Play is an official app market that contains millions of different apps for Android devices. Samsung, HTC, Motorola and many other top manufacturers are using Android in their devices. Currently, Android is one of the top operating systems and is considered serious threat for iPhone.

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_application_development

 

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Java is anything but difficult to learn for an assortment of reasons. There's absolutely no deficiency of Java assets out there to offer you some assistance with learning the dialect, including sites, instructional exercises, books, and classes. Java is a standout amongst the most broadly talked about, taught, and utilized programming dialects on the planet. It's utilized for a wide range of sorts of programming activities, regardless of their scale, from web applications to desktop applications to portable applications.

A percentage of the Java's critical center components are:
It's anything but difficult to learn and get it
It's intended to be stage free and secure, utilizing virtual machines
It's article arranged

Android depends vigorously on these Java basics. The Android SDK incorporates numerous standard Java libraries (information structure libraries, math libraries, representation libraries, organizing libraries and everything else you could need) and unique Android libraries that will offer you some assistance with developing magnificent Android applications.

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