While there aren’t any major shifts in programming language popularity this month, the TIOBE Index for February 2020 addresses the decline of Objective-C. For many, this language is long dead and spoken with the same nostalgia as dinosaurs such as COBOL and Fortran. But, is it truly the end? Even as Swift continues to grow in usage, small communities for Objective-C still exist.
Two age-old rivals are teaming up to collaborate on a new kind of enterprise mobility. But what does it mean for developers?
Android manufacturer releases open-source tool for translating Java code to Apple-friendly Objective-C.
Google’s open source programming language Go has won the “TIOBE’s Programming Language of the Year 2009” award. This award is […]