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Is Python used for mobile app development?
Posted by: Python ()
Date: July 18, 2021 05:27AM

Is Python used for mobile app development? It seems like I read everywhere that it is universal, but then I came across one article that supposedly mobile applications are not written on it?

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Re: Is Python used for mobile app development?
Posted by: Lola ()
Date: July 18, 2021 05:27PM

Not exactly, mobile Python development is less popular. For Android, they often write in Java, C #, C ++ or Kotlin, and for iOS - in Swift or Objective-C. Python is usually used to program the server side of the application. For example, the Instagram client for iOS is written in Objective-C, and the server is written in Python. I think if you have a question about mobile development or web development in Python with the Django engine, then turning to https://djangostars.com/, you will understand that professionals can do everything.

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Re: Is Python used for mobile app development?
Posted by: steell ()
Date: October 11, 2021 07:26AM

Python has some frameworks like Kivy and Beeware to do mobile application development. However, Python is not the best programming language for doing mobile app development. There are better choices available, like Java and Kotlin (for Android) and Swift (for iOS)

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Re: Is Python used for mobile app development?
Posted by: 56u65i75i67 ()
Date: October 11, 2021 12:48PM

IT'S A CHINESE UK HACKER LANGUAGE (UBUNTU)

it's been used by UBUNTU to prevent anyone but "top commies" from re-compiling the OS - reverse engineer to cause reverse-depends explosions with compilers

every piece of shit communist loves python

it "steals usa unix functions" into itself so "usa unix not required in win10"

it continually mutates so that past code script no longer work (aka, chinese approved - forced upgrades supported)

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Re: Is Python used for mobile app development?
Posted by: I56767 ()
Date: October 11, 2021 12:49PM

Lola Wrote:
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> Not exactly, mobile Python development is less
> popular. For Android, they often write in Java, C
> #, C ++ or Kotlin, and for iOS - in Swift or
> Objective-C. Python is usually used to program the
> server side of the application. For example, the
> Instagram client for iOS is written in
> Objective-C, and the server is written in Python.
> I think if you have a question about mobile
> development or web development in Python with the
> Django engine, then turning to
> https://djangostars.com/, you will understand that
> professionals can do everything.

DROP DEAD G2 - NONE OF THAT IS TRUE - that's not what harmonyOS uses and g2 is in the business of killing off Apple out of the market - who's already stupidly outsourced most of it's business to the chinese

and china no longer allows it's gov workers to use win10 or any usa made unix

DROP DEAD YOU TERRORIST SACK OF SHIT

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