Another interesting observation is seen in the form of Apple’s Swift breaking into the top 20. It’s worth mentioning that it has enjoyed an exponential growth over the past one year.
“Swift’s explosive growth has been primarily fuelled by Apple’s decision to anoint it as the successor to Objective-C,” says Stephen O’Grady, a RedMonk analyst. “It’s grown faster than anything else we’ve seen while targeted primarily at iOS; if it becomes more versatile, it will be interesting to consider what kind of growth we could see,” he adds.
Take a look at the complete Top 21 Programming Languages of 2015 list below:
19. Visual Basic
Read here the complete report of RedMonk on the top 21 programming languages of 2015.
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