Ranking popular programming languages 2013 - 2014

By kedinn 2014/01/17

The shown data are by the page Tiobe one of the sites with but reputation to comparison of others.

Headed June: Is Swift going to replace to Objective-C?
This month Apple announced its new OS and programming language Swift for iOS X of development. Swift not yet comprises of ranking TIOBE, but it will be as of the next month. A preliminary view sample that his first qualification probably in top 20 by then. Swift is a step and so waited for of Apple. The introduction of successful iPhone and iPad brought about a great demand and development of movable applications, beginning around 2008/2009. Apple only offers its Objective-C language to create these applications then. Objective-C was one of the first languages OO, but never it received a change of image from its birth in 1983. So I felt a little old fashioned, when 25 years later, a great part of the community of development of software were forced to learn and to use Objective-C. It is why the launching of the new Swift language has been received very well. We are going to see what is going to happen in the next months.

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Other programming languages

Position Programming language Valuations
21 Logo 0.767
22 OpenEdge ABL 0.737
23 R 0.673
24 PostScript 0.671
25 ML 0.635
26 PL/SQL 0.492
27 D 0.473
28 PL/I 0.446
29 cT 0.432
30 To go 0.425
31 COBOL 0.407
32 Ada 0.403
33 Fortran 0.371
34 ABAP 0.357
35 Lua 0.346
36 Haskell 0.346
37 RPG (OS/400) 0.325
38 Scratch 0.324
39 Tcl 0.315
40 SAS 0.308
41 Scala 0.308
42 Z shell 0.306
43 Scheme 0.279
44 Groovy 0.269
45 Korn 0.264
46 Prologue 0.263
47 Erlang 0.256
48 Motorcycle 0.239
49 I 0.234
50 Cg 0.234

 

Source: Tiobe.