The 5 most popular programming languages, according to the ‘Facebook for programmers’

The 5 most popular programming languages, according to the ‘Facebook for programmers’

If you are looking to get hired as a programmer, you’re going to know right Computer Programming languages. There are so many programming languages, and we need to know that which programming language is popular or in trend.

Here are top programming language according to GitHub:

5. PHP

PHP programming language

PHP is a widely used powerful Open source scripting language, that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into html. PHP has powerful tools for making dynamic and attractive language. It is easy to use and implement. Facebook, Yahoo, wikipedia, wordpress… are some famous websites developed in PHP.

4. Ruby

Ruby programming language

Ruby is  pure object oriented scripting language. The language Ruby written in C and designed with Perl and Python. Ruby is used in many fields, but it best known for Web applications. It is, an open-source language that focus on simplicity. Twitter, Basecamp, Yellow pages are some famous websites built with Ruby on rails.

3. Java

Java programming language

Java was invented by Sun Microsystems in 1991 as programming language. It is a computer programming language follows the concept of OOPS(Object oriented programming language). Java is very secured and robust language. There are so many features in Java which made it powerful language. Android are the popular application written in java language.

2. Python

Python programming language

Python is an interpreted , Object oriented and high level language created in 1980s. It is easy to learn. Youtube, Google,Instagram, BitTorrent… are written in Python language.

5. JavaScript

JavaScript programming language

It is a dynamic programming language, It is commonly used as a client side scripting language to add more functionality and add events on web page. Javascript code written into an HTML page. JavaScript support Object oriented and procedural programming language.

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