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Graded Discussion Board (GDB) of CS508 will open on 11th August 2014. GDB will remain open for one day (24 Hours only), you will be required to post your comments on topic
"These days mobile web application development is gaining lot of popularity. You have learned some programming languages in CS508, Do you think programming languageswhich you have studied in this course are sufficient for the development of current mobile web applications justify your answer."
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Mobile applications in native code will depend on the platform on which they are focused and the terminals where these applications work. In iOS (Apple’s platform) native applications’ framework (group of programming libraries) is based on Objective C as a programming language. Android has Java as its development language and Windows Phone has chosen .NET.
Clearly, each development language only determines the syntax and the code structure, with the libraries which form each of the different frameworks being the ones that will condition different native applications’ final structure.
I think programming languages which we have studied in this course are not sufficient for the development of current mobile web applications.