Reasons To Develop Applications In Java

25 Apr

It’s more than a decade that Java programming language is considered as one of the most popular programming languages by developers across the world. In 2015, the language once again has proved itself as a driving force programming platform in the industry, as it has really gained a high lead in the TIOBE programming community index. Java has been ranked in TIOBE (comprises of extreme methodological process to rate programming languages) and is also ranked with RedMonk ( that is commonly known as developer’s focused analyst organization) that gives a good ranking of Java programming language. As Java is known as one of the major player in the enterprise world, it is quite obvious to say that Java has always been considered as a steady pace by the developers. But, the question arises is how to trace its recent growth? Oracle’s hardwork in introducing lambdas concept and Java 8 streams are eventually drawing a big concept in recent times. With recent conversion of Android’s into OpenJDK, and with the upcoming release of Java 9, it is well predicted that Java’s interconnection will continue to rise in future.

Now, wide number of organizations are taking a major step in developing iPhone applications to take their business into the next higher level of success. These organizations are continuously seeking for both flexibility to acquire iPhone resources as well as the ability to gear up for iPhone and iPad app development projects that will eventually require a highly customized app development skills. Between all these things, one of the biggest issues is to decide how to hire iPhone app developer at reasonable rates, that is bit difficult to insight in terms of skills that are essentially needed to hire talented iPhone developers and to meet highly competitive project timeliness successfully.

This is considered as a boon to the industry and has definitely created a new flow of working styles. But, as developers, what we have come to know is that its continuous research will surely keep developers in curious stage to know more about Java features. Here are few reasons that why Java will always be considered for future projects:

Java mobile app development

  • Managed Runtime

If you are a Java developer then you must be aware of the fact that the JVM’s garbage collector largely reduces the complexity of dealing with the process of writing memory safe applications as well as it eliminates most of the error-related work that are associated with manual memory management process. Reflection is considered as one of the managed runtime cognition that enables highly advanced concepts such as dependency injection and aspect oriented programming features.

  • Code Sharing

Java is executed on the back-end section, specifically on Android as well as on iOS platforms, that covers all the specific platforms. With the advantage of this portability option, you can easily save development cost as well as resources by the process of sharing large sections of the code between these platforms.

  • Huge communities

Depending on various factors, you can say that there are more that 9+ million Java developers around the world as estimated. These numbers can easily be translated into a wide number of conferences, books, online resources, forums and training programs from which Java developers are allowed to choose with a motive to improve their skills further. Working with the Java’s ubiquitous on both the server as well as mobile side of applications, Java developers are efficiently positioned to relocate freely to the full stack.

Conclusion

From the above article, it is right to say that Android and iOS applications should definitely be developed in Java as it offers robust features while developing any application, ease of use, cross-platform capabilities and high security features. Java has surely become a language of choice for almost all the developers.

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