Programming Languages

JavaScript

This video introduces JavaScript, perhaps the most important technology of the modern web.

  • What is JavaScript?
  • What are JavaScript's key features?
  • What's the difference between web APIs used by browsers vs NodeJS?

Typescript

TypeScript is a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript and adds optional static typing to the language.

TypeScript is used to develop JavaScript applications for both client-side and server-side execution (as with Node. js or Deno).

The goal of TypeScript is to help catch mistakes early through a type system and to make JavaScript development more efficient.

Python

Python is arguably the world's most popular programming language. It is easy to learn, yet suitable in professional software like web applications, data science, and server-side scripts.

Java

Java is a programming language famous for its ability to compile to platform-independent bytecode. It powers enterprise web apps, big data pipelines, and android mobile apps.

Kotlin

Kotlin is a programming language designed as a modern alternative to Java. It supports functional patterns, coroutines, multi-platform compilation, and is now the recommended language for Android mobile development.

PHP

PHP Hypertext Preprocessor is a scripting language for building dynamic websites on the server. It remains one of the most popular programming languages in the world, powering tools like Wordpress, Laravel, and Symfony.

Dart

Dart is high-productivity statically-typed programming language capable of targeting multiple platforms. It's used by Flutter to produce fast client apps with an awesome developer experience.

Rust

Rust is a memory-safe compiled programming language for building high-performance systems. It has the simplicity of high-level languages (Go, Python), but the control of low-level languages (C, Cpp).

GO

Go (not Golang) was developed at Google as a modern version of C for high-performance server-side applications.

Help Us Improve This Page Updated at Mon, Nov 15, 2021