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Apple Cocoa

Cocoa is an object-oriented application programming interface for macOS, and it is based on the Objective-C language. It represents the latest development framework for macOS, and it is not compatible with older, C language-based applications.

macOS

macOS is a Unix-based operating system developed and sold by Apple Inc., that runs exclusively on Mac computers.

Java SE

Java SE is the mainstream Java technology intended for the development of common desktop applications.

Java ME

Java ME is a computing platform for development and deployment of portable code for embedded and mobile devices (micro-controllers, sensors, gateways, mobile phones, PDAs, TV set-top boxes, printers, and more).

Java EE

Java EE is a platform used for server development – it extends the standard Java libraries with support for robust, multi-tiered applications that are run by an application server.

Java

Developed by Sun Microsystems, now a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation, Java is a programming language accompanied by a number of software products that allow software development and deployment in a cross-platform environment.

VC++

VC++ (also known as Microsoft Visual C++) is an integrated development environment (IDE) for the C, C++, and C++/CLI programming languages. It was first released as a standalone product, but later became a part of Visual Studio.

Visual C++ has tools for developing and debugging C++ code, especially code written for Windows API, DirectX and .NET Framework.

C++

C++ is a general-purpose programming language that combines features of both high-level languages (allowing powerful information management) and low-level languages (permitting great control over the details of the program execution and operations).

It has no memory management, which can be a disadvantage for novice programmers, but problems can easily be avoided and/or detected.

C programming language

The C language is a structured programming language developed in the mid 70’s by Dennis Ritchie during his collaboration with Bell Labs. Initially, the C language was created for UNIX operating system development and is based on two languages: BCPL (written by Martin Richards) and B programming language, which was written by Ken Thompson in the ‘70s.

C is ideal for developing firmware or portable applications. It supports structured programming, lexical variable scope and recursion. Today, C is one of the most widely used and popular programming language.

VB.NET

VB.NET is a general-purpose programming language, with a syntax derived from BASIC, that is used as one of the primary programming languages with the .NET Framework. The language combines the syntax of the older Visual Basic language, with the new features available in .NET.

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