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It depends onrequirements for your application. For example:
- If as better as possible performance is needed,than a low level language like,Assembler, C or C++, has to be used
- If as better as possible UI is needed,than a high level language, like Java, C# orVisual Basic, has to be used
It is recommended thata prototype of the application and its UIis designed with a high level language.
Also, it is not just a question of some programming language. It is a combination of many-many factors and
one of them is a right set of helperlibraries. An UI library, like QT, could significantly speed up the
In overall, your application could use any set of different languages and helper libraries.
eMbedded Visual C++ v4.x is considered as a legacy product for many years.As soon as Visual Studio 2005was introduced
all support for Windows CE &Mobile platforms is fullyintegrated in it.
iPhone: Objective C
PDA w/Windows Mobile: Embedded VC++
What you do is look for the devices' Software Development Kit (SDK). Different SDK's will be written for specific devices. You need to use the manufacturer's SDK (and programming language) in order to access the full functionality of each individual device. Wouldn't it be great if all of 'em used the same language SDK/API ?! Too bad for us developers!
1. Majority of the cell phones are java based (J2ME).
2. Android apps development uses JAVA,
3. Blackberry apps uses JAVA.
You cant compare Objective C and HTML.
Objective C is used to develop mobile applications whereas HTML is used to develop web pages, both these things have different uses and different applications
@ anbu2020: It's only depend on your requirement of mobile application. Suppose you want to make Game Application Development for blackberry so i will recomndate you Java and C++. I have lot of example for this question. If you want to develop mobile application for on any platfrom so you have feel free to contact us for more information you can visit our website www.imensosoftware.com.
@ Sergey Kostrov your view is very impressive on this question Thank!
industry specialists forecast that by 2015, 80% of all mobile applications developed will be hybrid or mobile-Web-oriented , so HTML5 is the answer to your question ( & you can developp apps on blackberry 10( the last bb os) with html5 ;)