10 major project that used java

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1 Google

Google is a multibillion-dollar multinational technology corporation best known for its search engine. The word “Google” has become a verb, meaning “search the Internet for facts on (someone or something) using the Google search engine.” The search engine receives over 94 million monthly page views. “There is no universal programming language,” says Jeff Nelson, Product Technology Manager at Google. […] Supported languages include Java, Javascript, C++, Python, Go, Sawzal (a special logging language), and perhaps a few others.”

2 YouTube

In the United States, YouTube is the most popular sharing site. It was founded in 2005 by three retired PayPal employees. At 1.7 billion page views per month in the United States, YouTube has more traffic than any other initiative on this list. According to FreelancingGig, the major languages used in the development of YouTube are Java, Javascript, HTML, Python, Go, C, and C++.

3 Amazon

Amazon is largely an e-commerce company, and one of the world’s largest. They are, however, involved in cloud computing, broadcasting, and artificial intelligence. In the United States alone, Amazon has over 533 million monthly subscribers. According to some Amazon developers, they use HTML, CSS, and Javascript for the front end, and Java, C++, and Perl for the back end.

4 ebay

eBay is another e-commerce business that is better known for its consumer-to-consumer sales but also facilitates business-to-consumer sales. It was founded in 1995 on the brink of the dot com bubble. eBay gets 115+ million page views monthly in the United States. Their back end is created mainly with Java in order to accommodate the scale and security needed for such a massive business, according to High Scalability.

5 Facebook

Facebook is one of the world’s most popular social media platforms. It was first released in 2004, but it didn’t gain widespread popularity until after many changes. In the United States alone, Facebook gets over 616 million pages every month, but it has billions of users worldwide. “The frontend is written in PHP,” says Chris Piro, a former Facebook software developer (programming language). […] C (programming language), C++, and Java are used to write the majority of the backend services.”

6 twitter

Twitter was created in 2006, just two years after Facebook, and it is only second to Facebook in terms of user base. Since tweets are limited to 280 characters, it’s also known as a microblogging site. Twitter receives over 573 million page views each month. Twitter’s front end is built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (the normal suspects), while the back end is built with Java, Scala, Ruby, and C++, according to Pin Program.

7 LinkedIn

LinkedIn is another social media platform, although it stands out from the previous two. Your profile on LinkedIn is basically a resume, full of your skills and past work history, which makes for more professional networking. LinkedIn has 78+ million monthly page views in the United States. In Pin Program‘s same article, it’s mentioned that Java, Scala, and JavaScript are used in LinkedIn’s back end.

8 Uber

Uber is an American based international ride-sharing service and food-delivery service that was founded just 10 years ago in 2009. They dominate this space with a huge market share and 90+ million active users every month. Uber’s front end uses Javascript for the web and the back end is mostly Java, Python, Go, and Node.js, according to Jérôme Cukier, a software engineer at Uber. Uber’s Android app also uses Java, while their IOS app uses Swift and Objective-C.

9 Zillow

Zillow is a web application that helps users to search through a large directory of commercial, retail, and residential real estate, as well as schedule showings and contact agents. This year, their platform received over 37 million monthly page views. According to Stack Overflow and Yalantis, Zillow’s backend is mostly made up of Java and Python.

Zillow is a web application that helps users to search through a large directory of commercial, retail, and residential real estate, as well as schedule showings and contact agents. This year, their platform received over 37 million monthly page views. According to Stack Overflow and Yalantis, Zillow’s backend is mostly made up of Java and Python.

10 TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor is a website that lets you search through millions of restaurants, hotels, and other attractions, read reviews, and even book them. This year, their platform received over 114 million monthly page views. While the front end of the site uses HTML, CSS, and Javascript, the site’s backend uses Java to process user interface queries (UI). According to TripAdvisor’s Technical Operations Teams, this is the case.

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Sudais Ahmed

Good day, everybody! My name is Sudais, and I'm in year 6 with my friends Rafaan and Shayaan. I'd love to make cool content for you guys.

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