Software development languages, which started with machine coding in the early 1960s, have gone through very active periods with the birth and death of hundreds of coding languages.
In order to keep up with the ever-changing needs and developing technologies, new coding languages have emerged in different periods, some languages have become popular in different periods, then lost their popularity partially, some have been used very little and have been deleted from the historical scene, and others have always been on the agenda by renewing themselves and preferred in the first places.
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From command lines to visual design…
For many years, in software development languages, the software was developed only through the command line and operated from the command line. With the progress of the years and the development of graphical interfaces, the works done from the command line have been shortened and the environments where the software has been developed visually have emerged with the logic of “visual designer”.
Starting with the introduction of the Internet and the Web into our lives, Software developers have increased expectations such as ease of use and user-friendliness along with the functionality of the software and as a result of this evolution, developers are divided into two as Front End and Back End developers.
In addition to the evolution of software languages, after the separation of software developers into two, the issue deepened one step further, and the need to produce solutions for the aesthetics, ease of use, and speed expectations of the users in the developed software developed different specializations.
The user experience, abbreviated as UX, the user’s experience while using the software, the issues such as the number of pages on the UI, the location of the placement of buttons on the screen, etc are important to ensure that the software developed can be used at the desired level.
For this reason, software development languages are coming up with new technologies and new features and they need to be constantly monitored, learned, and updated.