What it’s all about
Untranslated, a computer would say 01000001, 01000010 and 01000011 instead of A, B and C. The binary system ultimately forms the foundation of every programming language. But countless language variants have been created since the beginning of the information era. And just as human languages have evolved in different contexts, so have their programming counterparts.
In other words, not every programming language is suitable for every application. For example, the system used in a smartwatch has to meet different requirements to the one used in a video game: the computer on your wrist needs to be as small as possible, whilst the main aim for a gaming console’s processor is speed.
We identify the best language for every task, for your website or your app, so that you are not just left with a string of zeros and ones.
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Good to know
Language is a good communication method – whether between two people or between a person and a computer. Programming languages allow us to communicate with machines in a way that can be understood. And ultimately, the same principle applies here as for a spoken conversation: the focus is not on the language itself but rather on what is being said.
Translated into web application development, this means that if the system architecture is well-thought-out and the application is flexibly designed with the future in mind, nothing stands in the way of communication between humans and machines. Our user experience and the web application frameworks we use meet these requirements. They allow us to continually speed up the development even further to present you a solution as quickly as possible.