5 Programming Languages for Game Development

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The video game industry was valued at $108 billion in 2017 and is expected to hit $128 billion by 2020. Big stars in computer gaming, such as PUBG and Fortnite, have made waves in 2018. All of the big names in video games were unveiled at the latest E3 meeting. As the decade continues, we hope to see even more.

If you’re a programmer or planning to be one, you may be hoping to cash in on the multibillion-dollar gaming industry. Learning the appropriate programming language is a good place to begin. Here are several programming languages to remember if you want to be a game maker.

  1. The C++ programming language
    C++ code, when written correctly, executes quickly. For games, you and the consumer both want it to be fast. Since C++ is the language of preference for practitioners, there are a plethora of tools available. C++ is used in a lot of AAA games. C++ is supported in a special way by the Unreal engine.
  2. C# You’ll almost always need a game engine if you want to make an impressive game. Unity3D, one of the best game engines available, supports C#. C# is also supported by Xamarin, another game engine. C# allows game developers to create games on virtually any platform and in any size. Is it better to play big games or little games? It’s no matter. Is it better to use Xbox, Windows, or Play Station, or to use IOS or Android? It’s no matter. C# is supposed to be easy to learn and use than C and C++, so it could be easier to master. MonoGame allows you to port the game to a variety of computers and platforms.
  3. Java can be used to build cross-platform games. It allows developers to create games on both desktop and smartphone platforms. Java is the official language for creating Android games. With the Android Studio optimised programming environment and OpenGL for graphics, everyone can get started quickly (JOGL). When making games with Java, the LibGDX platform for 2D games and JMonkeyEngine for 3D games are common choices. There are several game libraries designed for the JVM that should be investigated, such as LWJGL, a lightweight framework that uses OpenGL for rendering.
  4. JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language that allows you to
One of the most versatile programming languages available is JavaScript. It has a wide range of applications. And it seems that game production is not on the agenda. Coffee Script and TypeScript, which are JavaScript’s co-workers, are also included. To begin with, JavaScript can be combined with HTML5 to create stunning web and browser games. Unity, one of the best game engines available, also uses JavaScript.

5. HTML5

HTML5 (Hypertext Mark-up Language)
The popularity of web games is growing. HTML5 is the mark-up language of choice if you choose to make one. It’s a more advanced version of HTML with additional functionality including the canvas and other components and attributes. When HTML5 is used in conjunction with JavaScript and WebGL for graphics, it performs admirably. Have a look at the Phaser structure.

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What you need to become a data scientist!

Hi guys and here i have a blog for you. lets get started.

1 Big data analytics entails the use and study of broad data sets in order to assist businesses in making better use of knowledge about customer trends and industry dynamics. The term “big data” refers to data sets that are so large and diverse that traditional data processing applications cannot handle them.

2 Java is a programming language used by programmers for a wide range of tasks. Java is one of the most basic and widely used programming languages, and it is required knowledge for anybody working in the field of computer science, including data scientists.

3 Machine Learning: Machine learning researchers look at the models, algorithms, and mathematics that machines use to enhance their results. Data science encompasses machine-learning algorithms that make use of data.

4 Hadoop: Hadoop is a set of open-source computing applications used by data scientists to work with large amounts of data. It was created by the Apache Software Foundation. Data scientists who know how to use the Hadoop suite of software also stand out from the crowd.

5 Python is a 1991 general-purpose programming language. Python is considered by many programmers to be fundamental information for every computer science professional. Python comes with interpreters that allow it to run on a number of operating systems.

6 Data Mining/Data Warehouse: Data mining is the practise of searching for previously unrecognised trends or observations within a vast collection of data. A data warehouse is a computer facility designed primarily to analyse data. Data scientists should be able to mine data as well as create data warehouses.

7 SAS is a software suite designed exclusively for data collection and interpretation in order to gain market insights. The ability to use and learn SAS is one of the most important fundamental skills for data scientists, as it allows them to bring value to their employers by solving real-world problems.

8 SQL stands for Structured Query Language, and it is a programming language for database administration. Both aspiring data scientists should stay up to date with the new SQL developments and advancements.

9 R is a programming language that specialises in statistics and graphics. R is considered fundamental expertise by many computer scientists. R is particularly important to data scientists because of its role in statistics.

These are all you need to become a data scientist bye everyone!


Hi, Guys i will be blogging about a programming language called Markup. I hope you guys enjoy!

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What is a Markup programming language?

A Markup language is a computer language that uses tags to define element within a document. It is human readable meaning markup files contain standard words rather than typical programming syntax.


  • Invented by Tim Berners -Lee
  • It was made in the early 1980’s
  • For now it is not worth learning and markup languages are rarely used.

Guy’s. Thats the end of this blog. I hoped you guys enjoyed and learned something. I know this blog is a bit short because i couldn’t put more info because Markup computer language was old so yeah. Cya!

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Do Video Games Have Html…?

Well let’s find out!

All video games such as ROBLOX, Fortnite, Pubg are games that DO NOT have HTML.

Is Roblox Dangerous?

Video games don’t have html. They have javascript.

JavaScript Programming with Visual Studio Code

JavaScript, often abbreviated as JS, is a programming language that conforms to the ECMAScript specification. JavaScript is high-level, often just-in-time compiled, and multi-paradigm. It has curly-bracket syntax, dynamic typing, prototype-based object-orientation, and first-class functions. 

JavaScript is a client scripting language which is used for creating web pages. It is a standalone language developed in Netscape. It is used when a webpage is to be made dynamic and add special effects on pages like rollover, roll out and many types of graphics.

Is Javascript free..? Lets see?

The JavaScript language itself, as a format, is free, and use of JavaScript in a web site is not necessarily bad. However, as we’ve seen above, it can be bad—if the JavaScript program is non-free

Now let’s see which is better? our first competitor is Python! Our second competitor is … Javascript! Lets see which one is better???

 is a better-designed language which makes it easy to maintain whereas JavaScript is poor. Python is not good for mobile development whereas Java-Script is good. Python is slow to run comparatively to JavaScript. … JavaScript runs on both browser and server whereas python is mostly used for server-side programming.

Wow Python is better i guess…That was a tough round !

Is java script hard to learn???

 is so hard to learn because it’s an asynchronous programming language. It’s also single-threaded, which means it uses its asynchronous nature in a radically different way than most other programming languages.

Do we need to install Javascript??

JavaScript is a language. All modern browsers understand it. If you want to write this language to control the websites you build, you don’t need to install it. You just need to create a text file, with a .

JavaScript Tutorial - An Ultimate Guide for Beginners

If you are a beginner to Javascript, Python, Coding etc. You are all probably wondering WHAT do we do in these type of coding and javascript. IN Javascript there are  CSS values in JavaScript through two methods: The style property. getComputedStyle . I really don’t know about Javascript so yeah..

IN Coding There are type of stuffs called Head and Body. Its a structure that holds the passage you are writing in html.

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Student Registration Form in HTML with JavaScript Validation

In this tutorial, I will tell you how to make student registration form in html with javascript validation.

Javascript is basically used to validate HTML pages in web application. Validations are basically some rules to follow when inputting values to register on-site. Validation can be anything like:

  • Some input fields cannot be empty.
  • Some values must be in a particular length range.
  • Some input fields must match (for example, password fields). These are some basic rules that you can make.
  • Validations are just simple things like making fields mandatory.

With the help of validations, we can achieve a lot. We can show the message to the client. You can display this message in the alert box as an error.

So when all fields are filled accurately the user will able to submit the form means add the data otherwise it will show errors.  Purpose of validations is to make sure that data must be correct before submitting the form if the user forgets to add anything.

Here I will take a simple example of the student registration form which contains different types of buttons like radio, reset, submit. So that you can get full overview of the validity of the form.

What I learnt and what you need to learn!

My Bootcamp was divided into three sections, with each section lasting three weeks. Having seen other Bootcamp schedules, it is somewhat similar everywhere. The first three weeks were dedicated to the introduction of coding, but beware — right from the first day you get bombarded with information, techniques, and tasks.

The first two weeks we learned HTML, CSS and plain vanilla Javascript and put our newly acquired knowledge to the test in week three. We had to develop our first game. Being a huge Star Wars fan, I build a memory based Star Wars shooting game, quite simple but fun. Soon everyone was trying to break the high score.

The second section was dedicated to the back-end. We learned Node.JS, the Express framework, and MongoDB. Like in the first few weeks, every day there was a new chapter dedicated to one part of back-end development. Following the theory, we had our daily task to finish for the evening and night.

The second project was a group task, building a website in the backend, on the server. Pair programming is a widely used technique in the real world, so the idea was to get used to it as soon as possible.

Staying up to date with the correct version of your program can be very tricky in a team. Each person is coding and then committing their changes to merge them with their partner’s changes. This usually leads to lots of ‘merge conflicts’. Those of you already coding are probably all too familiar with this phenomenon. My partner and I built a website to store articles to read them later, kind of like Pocket. It was great fun and a big challenge.


HTML is Hypertext Markup Language, a standardized system for tagging text files to achieve font, colour, graphic, and hyperlink effects on World Wide Web pages. HTML is the hidden stuff that builds this website. It has information and stuff that holds the websites. If you have no HTML that means your website wont stand.

It was first developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is used to create electronic documents (called pages) that are displayed on the World Wide Web. HTML code ensures the proper formatting of text and images for your Internet browser.

HTML is programming language. When i was learning about HTML i was really confused and was shocked. I did not understand anything. My first observation when i saw HTML was in a game called CODECOMBAT.

When i saw HTML there were different type of stuff and it was not EASY. There are parts called head, body and other stuff. It was basically the structure of HTML.