Although it is a common misconception in the world of programming that the Java programming language is going to be short-lived.It is not the case in actuality. Most believe that with the rising popularity of programming languages such as Ruby and Python, Java can no longer fill the void that it once did. The continued reliance on, and use of Java, as the first-choice programming language for the creation of financial applications proves otherwise. The heavy dependence on Java by top organisation in the banking and financial sector can be attributed to its stability and reliability. In addition to those in the banking and financial sector, a number of top players in the e-commerce industry (such as eBay and Amazon) also depend on the Java programming language for the smooth functioning of their website back-end processes.
Nature Of Mobile Application Development
That said, the area in which Java holds true value, is the mobile application development industry. With over a billion smartphones making use of applications and operating systems (including Google’s Android operating system) that were developed using Java APIs, this is perhaps where Java’s true strength lies.
With the number of in-app purchases increasing drastically every year, it is has become necessary for every retail business to have its own business mobile application that caters to its customers in a special way. In order for a business to build its own custom-designed application, their programming teams will for sure have to make use of Java, since it allows for more customisation than its counterparts.
Adaptable Feature Of Java Programming
Apart from the flexibility that the Java programming language offers, there are also a variety of useful tools that accompany it. These tools give businesses around the globe the opportunity to design and create mobile and web-based applications that are highly functional and filled with features that will help their customers get maximum value for every penny they spend. With the number of Java developers in the world estimated to be around 9 million and the number of third-party software developers increasing drastically every year, it has become incredibly simple and easy for anyone and everyone to turn their mobile and web application designs and aspirations into reality. Someone with just an idea and absolutely no knowledge of Java can still bring their mobile applications dreams to fruition because of the number of Java developers available today. Thus, although languages like Ruby and Python are making long-strides into the programming world, it would be unwise to rule out the services of a Java application development company from the game, just yet!
Source by A Shantha Kumar