Programming Languages

Apps, like civilisations, are built on clear language


Javascript is a widely-adopted programming language that is compatible with all modern web browsers. It’s used to to add client-side behavior to HTML pages, therefore scripts are included in HTML pages and interact with the page’s Document Object Model. Javascript is run directly on the browser, which saves bandwidth and speeds up page loading times. For speedy, dynamic, and infinitely customizable websites, Javascript will be your best bet.


PHP code is present in more than 80% of the world’s web servers. It’s cost-effective, and it powers WordPress, on which a quarter of the world’s websites are based. As PHP is being used in the business/tech world, it doesn’t hurt for your company -with Wiredelta’s help of course- to take advantage of it into your brand new website!


Objective-C is an object-oriented language used for OS X and iOS. It’s incredibly powerful, and it can add Smalltalk-style messaging to the C programming language. Also, the dynamism of Objective-C allows for code editing even while the apps are running. If you intend to target the Apple community, then Objective-C will be a useful tool in your mobile app development arsenal.


Recently released by Apple, Swift is more resilient to erroneous code and more concise than its elder brother, Objective C. It also uses its runtime library, which means they can run within one program. Also, Swift has added the concept of protocol extensibility, an extensibility system that can be applied to types, structs and classes. If you’re working with iOS and want something that’s easy to code, then Swift will be your new best friend.


Java is a programming language that lies its roots in the WORA concept (Write Once, Run Anywhere). This means that Java can run on every Java-enabled platform without the need of recompiling the code. Java was conceived with security in mind, and it’s also very reliable, as Java compilers are able to detect many problems that would first show up during execution time in other languages. For something strong and everlasting, Java is right for the job.