The Feature Scope Of Top Programming Languages

  • 1)Feature scope of python in 2019
  • According to Stack Overflow, Python, which has already achieved substantial popularity, is also the fastest-growing programming language. … Ok, let’s lay some groundwork first before we proceed for further discussion: how can we define the popularity of a programming language

    Why python use for

    1. Data mining
    2. Machine learning
    3. Deep learning
    4. Robotics
    5. Internet of things (IOT)

    Salary for 3-4 experience 4-5 lakhs

    2)Feature scope of java in 2019

    Java is a versatile language and can be used for web applications, desktop applications, and mobile applications for the Android ecosystem. … Java works a bit differently. When you write your code and compile, or build your program, you create Java bytecode. That code is executed by the Java Runtime Environment, or JRE.
    Java use for developing website,mobile apps & desktops applications etc
    Salary :2-3yr experience 1.5-2.5 lakhs
    3)Feature scope of Ruby in 2019

    The Rails framework helps developers to build websites and applications, because it abstracts and simplifies common repetitive tasks. Rails is written in Ruby, the programming language which is also used alongside Rails. Ruby is to Rails as PHP is to Symfony and Zend, or as Python is to Django.

    Ruby use for developing website,mobile apps & desktops applications etc

    Salary :2-3yr experience 4-5 lakhs

    4)Feature scope of JavaScript in 2019

    JavaScript is most commonly used as a client side scripting language. This means that JavaScript code is written into an HTML page. When a user requests an HTML page with JavaScript in it, the scriptis sent to the browser and it’s up to the browser to do something with it.

    Salary :2-3yr experience 4.5-5.5 lakhs

    5)Feature scope of C++

    in 2019

    Both of them can be used in web and desktop applications, but C# is much more popular now for both applications. C++ is considered a more prestigious language used for applications such as games, operating systems, and very low-level programming that requires better control of hardware on the PC or server.

    Salary :2-3yr experience 4-5 lakhs
    And other programming languages
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    India vs England: England Did Their Homework Well To Outplay India, Says Virat Kohli
    Edited by Tanya Rudra | Saturday July 07, 2018
    Stokes rejoins England squad in Cardiff on Saturday after coming through an innings of 90 in 68 balls playing for Durham on Thursday.

    England insist Stokes has no injury worries and is fit for selection leaving Hales or Jake Ball, who made his international T20 debut in Friday’s last over five wicket win facing exclusion.

    “He comes into the squad for the next game and he is a fantastic player and it will be a difficult decision to make,” Morgan told reporters after the Cardiff win.

    “We have made calls like this in the past and we will make the call for the benefit of the team and put out our strongest XI.

    “Alex always makes it difficult particularly in T20 cricket. He has played a lot of T20 for us and he is a very experienced campaigner. An innings like that gives him a pretty strong case for the next game.

    “He really did play brilliantly. He has played a lot international T20 cricket and he has played a lot around the world. It was a mature innings.

    “But we played better than we did at Old Trafford and the plans we had we committed to more. There was a lot more clarity in the shots that we played.”

    Hales struggled in the first T20 match in Manchester when England were beaten by eight wickets and young left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav took five wickets for 24 runs to set up an Indian victory.

    But Hales and England’s other batsmen had been working on the bowling machine nicknamed Merlyn which they use to mimic bowlers’ actions and it paid off with Hales and the rest neutering Yadav who went wicketless.

    Indian captain Virat Kohli said: “They did their homework and played really well. It changed the momentum in the middle overs and that was the difference.”

    Miserly spells from Liam Plunkett and David Willey, who took one for 17 and one for 18 respectively helped England keep India down to 148-5 despite some big late hitting from MS Dhoni who made 32 not out and 47 from Kohli.

    Morgan added: “I thought they bowled brilliantly. David Willey set the tone.

    “Jake Ball gave us three really good overs on his debut and they all hit their lengths really well and it presents opportunities to take wickets and they did it well.”

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    Months Before Rajasthan Polls, PM Modi To Launch 13 Big Projects Today

    PM Modi will interact with over 2 lakh beneficiaries of seven central government and five state government’s flagship schemes in the state.


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Rajasthan capital Jaipur on Saturday where he will lay the foundation of 13 urban infrastructure projects worth over Rs. 2,100 crore. The visit by the prime minister is seen as an attempt to woo voters ahead of the assembly elections in the state later this year.

    During the visit, PM Modi will interact with beneficiaries of seven central government and five state government’s flagship schemes.

    The schemes include Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana and others.

    The presentation will be moderated by the Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.

    Among the important projects for which PM Modi will lay foundation are the Integrated Infrastructure package for the walled city of Udaipur, Elevated Road Project for Ajmer, Water Supply and Sewerage projects in various cities, Upgradation of STPs in Dholpur, Nagaur, Alwar, and Jodhpur.

    Prime Minister Modi will also address a public meeting in Jaipur.

    Over 2 lakh beneficiaries have been invited from all 33 districts of the state to participate in this programme, news agency IANS reported.

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    Java (programming language)

    Java programming language logo.svg
    Paradigm Multi-paradigmObject-oriented (class-based), structuredimperativegenericreflectiveconcurrent
    Designed by James Gosling
    Developer Sun Microsystems (now owned by Oracle Corporation)
    First appeared May 23, 1995; 22 years ago[1]
    Typing discipline Static, strong, safenominativemanifest
    License GNU General Public LicenseJava Community Process
    Filename extensions .java, .class.jar
    Major implementations
    OpenJDKGNU Compiler for Java (GCJ), many others
    Generic JavaPizza
    Influenced by
    Ada 83C++,[2] C#,[3] Eiffel,[4] Generic JavaMesa,[5] Modula-3,[6] Oberon,[7] Objective-C,[8]UCSD Pascal,[9][10] Object Pascal[11]
    Ada 2005BeanShellC#Chapel,[12] ClojureECMAScriptFantomGambas,[13] GroovyHack,[14] HaxeJ#JavaScriptKotlinPHPPythonScalaSeed7Vala

    Java is a general-purpose computer programming language that is concurrentclass-basedobject-oriented,[15] and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers “write once, run anywhere” (WORA),[16] meaning that compiled Java code can run on all platforms that support Java without the need for recompilation.[17] Java applications are typically compiled to bytecode that can run on any Java virtual machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture. As of 2016, Java is one of the most popular programming languages in use,[18][19][20][21] particularly for client-server web applications, with a reported 9 million developers.[22] Java was originally developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems (which has since been acquired by Oracle Corporation) and released in 1995 as a core component of Sun Microsystems’ Java platform. The language derives much of its syntax from C and C++, but it has fewer low-levelfacilities than either of them.

    The original and reference implementationJava compilers, virtual machines, and class libraries were originally released by Sun under proprietary licenses. As of May 2007, in compliance with the specifications of the Java Community Process, Sun relicensed most of its Java technologies under the GNU General Public License. Others have also developed alternative implementations of these Sun technologies, such as the GNU Compiler for Java (bytecode compiler), GNU Classpath (standard libraries), and IcedTea-Web (browser plugin for applets).

    The latest version is Java 9, released on September 21, 2017,[23] and is one of the two versions currently supported for free by Oracle. Versions earlier than Java 8 are supported by companies on a commercial basis; e.g. by Oracle back to Java 6 as of October 2017 (while they still “highly recommend that you uninstall”[citation needed] pre-Java 8 from at least Windows computers).


    Java feature




    div {
    width: 100px;
    height: 100px;
    background-color: red;
    position: relative;
    transition:width 4s;
    animation-name: example;
    animation-duration: 8s ;

    @keyframes example {
    0% {background-color:red; left:0px; top:0px;}
    25% {background-color:yellow; left:300px; top:0px;}
    50% {background-color:blue; left:300px; top:300px;}
    75% {background-color:green; left:0px; top:300px;}
    100% {background-color:red; left:0px; top:0px; transform:rotate(7000deg);}

    Animation views

    Falaknuma Palace

    Falaknuma is a palace in Hyderabad, TelanganaIndia. It belonged to the Paigah family, and it was later owned by the Nizam of Hyderabad.[2] It is on a 32-acre (13 ha) area in Falaknuma, 5 km from Charminar. It was built by Nawab Vikar-ul-Umra, prime minister of Hyderabad and the uncle and brother-in-law of the Nizam VI, Nawab Mir Mahboob Ali Khan Bahadur.[3] Falak-numa means “Like the Sky” or “Mirror of the Sky” in Urdu.


                     nizan of hyderabad


    An English architect designed the palace. The foundation stone for the construction was laid by Sir Vicar on 3 March 1884; he was the maternal grandson of H.H. Sikandar Jah Bahadur, Nizam lll of Hyderabad. It took nine years to complete the construction and furnish the palace. Sir Vicar moved into the Gol Bangla and Zanana Mahel of the Falaknuma Palace in December 1890 and closely monitored the finishing work at the Mardana portion. It is made completely with Italian marble with stained-glass windows and covers an area of 1,011,500 square feet.


    The palace was built in the shape of a scorpion with two stings spread out as wings in the north. The middle part is occupied by the main building and the kitchen, Gol Bangla, Zenana Mehal, and harem quarters stretch to the south. The Nawab was an avid traveler, and his influences show in the architecture, which combines Italian and Tudor influences.


    Falaknuma Palace in 1900

    Viqar-ul-Umra, the Prime Minister of Hyderabad, used the palace as his private residence until the palace was handed over to the 6th Nizam of Hyderabad around 1897-1898. His monogram is on the furniture, walls and ceiling of the palace.

    The palace was built and furnished at a cost of forty lakh rupees, which necessitated borrowing money from the Bank of Bengal. In the spring of 1897 Mehboob Ali Pasha Nizam VI was invited to the palace and extended his stay to a week, a fortnight, and then a month, which prompted Sir Viqar to offer it to him. The Nizam accepted but paid some of the value of the palace; the Paigah family maintains that around 20 lakh rupees was paid. The Nizam used the palace as a royal guest house.

    The Falaknuma fell into disuse after the 1950s. The last important guest was the President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, in 1951. The palace was then restored after being leased by the Taj Group of Hotels; the restoration, which began in 2010, was managed by H.H Princess Esra Jah, the first wife of H.E.H The VIlIth Nizam of Hyderabad.

    The Palace[edit]


    The reception room of the Palace.

    One of the highlights of the palace is the state reception room, where the ceiling is decorated with frescoes. The ballroom contains a two-ton manually operated organ said to be the only one of its kind in the world[citation needed].

    The palace has 60 rooms and 22 halls. It has considerable collections of the Nizam’s artefacts including paintings, statues, furniture, manuscripts, books, and an extensive jadecollection[citation needed]. It has a library with a carved walnut roof, a replica of the one at Windsor Castle; it had an extensive collection of Qurans.


    The dining hall

    The dining hall can seat 101 guests. The chairs are made of carved rosewood with green leather upholstery.

    Burroughs and Watts from England designed two identical billiards tables, one of which is in Buckingham Palace and the other in the palace’s billiards room.[4]

    The palace was the private property of the Nizam family, and not normally open to the public, until 2000.

    Renovation into a luxury hotel[edit]


    The entrance to the Palace.

    In 2010, Taj Hotels started renovating and restoring the palace.[5] The renovated hotel was opened in November 2010.[6] [7]



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    8 Web Development Trends To Look Out For In 2017

    1. Artificial intelligence

    Whenever you talk about the future of technology, artificial intelligence (AI) is always high on the agenda. But right now, I think it is actually justified. A lot of advances have been made in the field of AI in the last year.

    AlphaGo, a program built by Google DeepMind, became the first program to beat a professional Go player.

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    Some of the biggest tech companies, such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook, have been releasing their AI technology to be used by the public. Artificial intelligence is already used by large applications, either to improve search engines, like in Google’s case, or in Wikipedia’s case to identify inaccurate or damaged articles.

    With easier access to the necessary tools for AI development, we can expect developers to start using AI in new and different ways in the new year.

    One such example is AI-driven web site creation. For example if you sign up for The Grid, Molly your AI web designer will ask you questions about branding, colors, layout and content, and then, based on pre-programmed algorithms, automatically create an aesthetic website for you. You can ask Molly to update the website as many times as you like, until you get it just right. (All the while contributing to the machine’s learning.)

    2. Virtual reality

    Another topic that always seems to surface when discussing the future of technology is virtual reality or VR. This trend has already started to sweep the gaming industry. The Oculus Rift and the Vive bring new and interesting possibilities to the world of gaming, but it won’t stop there.

    Companies including Google and Mozilla have begun work on APIs to help VR technology transition to the web. As standards develop, we expect more and more applications to be developed using VR technologies.

    In the coming year, we’ll see virtual reality in various applications, ranging from news coverage, to virtual real estate tours.

    3. Internet of Things (IoT)

    The internet of things is a movement where typically non-internet-connected objects are given network connectivity in order to send and receive data. These objects can range from your toaster or kettle, to sensors on motors or sensors embedded in concrete to detect cracks and weaknesses.

    Web developers may not be directly involved in the creation of such devices. However, it’s likely we’ll be involved in the development of applications that use, analyse and display the devices’ data. Companies such as Xively and BugLabs have already started working on APIs that can be used by developers to communicate with IoT devices.

    Though IoT brings a lot of opportunity for innovation, some concerns have been raised, especially around security. No doubt web developers will have interesting challenges to face – helping to protect our fittings and furnishings from hackers.

    4. Rails 5

    The newest version of Rails, Rails 5, was released in late June 2016. Seeing as Rails 5 is still young, we expect its popularity to grow as it matures in 2017. The newest release of Rails came with some interesting additions that web developers should get excited about (aka “now for the science part”):

    1 Turbolinks 5 allows developers to create Single Page like Applications directly from the Rails stack, by allowing links to fetch full HTML pages and replacing the body, without the need for client-side JavaScript frameworks.

    2 ActionCable is a new way to use websockets in Rails to create real time applications. This makes creating notifications and chat features so much easier, all the while still having access to all your ActiveRecord resources.

    3 Rails 5 also merged the popular rails_api gem into its codebase. Developers can now easily create API only applications in Rails and hook them up to their favorite JavaScript or native frameworks.

    5. Angular 2 and beyond

    2016 also saw the release of Angular 2, and with it came a lot of changes – Google’s frontend JavaScript framework has been completely redesigned.

    It now takes advantage of JavaScript ES6’s features, applications are written in TypeScript, and they now moved towards a more component driven architecture.

    Along with its release, Angular now has a more defined and regular release schedule. As they explain in this post, they intend to release three minor updates and one major update every 6 months, which means that we’re sure to see a lot more changes in this widely popular framework.

    6. Yarn package manager

    Package managers are incredibly popular tools, especially in the frontend JavaScript communities. They make it easier for developers to install, update, configure and uninstall code modules within their applications. They do so by communicating with a registry of code modules and manage the various dependencies code modules usually have.

    The most popular JavaScript package managers are NPM and Bower. However, a new package manager has been developed by Facebook, in collaboration with

    7. Static website generators

    Static website generators create websites from plain text, usually stored in files and not in databases. In certain situations, static websites built by generators such as Jekyll, allow for some advantages, such as increased speed, security, ease of deployment and their handling of traffic surges. However, they have no real time content or user content (such as comments), which have become a “must” on the web today.

    As Content Delivery Networks and APIs become more and more the way of life of the web and make it easier for content and templates to be deployed, many devs think static site generators might be an interesting area to watch in the coming year.

    Separating the templates and markup from the “full stack” way of thinking might just make static site generators the “it” thing again.

    8. Web design evolution

    If you’re interested in design, here are a few trends to watch out for next year:

    1 Movement based interfaces will probably become a staple on the web. Perhaps when combined with libraries such as tracking.js, interfaces that respond to hand movements could be closer than we think.

    2 Bolder and larger typography is likely to become more prevalent.

    3 People often want engaging and compelling ways to get their information quickly. This will likely elicit a rise in the use of videos and other storytelling visuals.

    The web is an interesting place, where nothing stands still for too long. Information is always changing and the methods we use to deal with that information will always evolve along with it.

    1. 2017 is likely to bring some very interesting developments in web technologies, and I, for one, am looking forward to seeing what it holds in store for us!

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