With the assistance of AI, the journey of learning coding can be quite different from the traditional process. You can learn multiple coding languages at the same time; all you need to know is how to use the correct prompts. Once you have learned the basic concepts, you can instruct AI to take care of the rest for you.
Let’s kick off our future coding learning journey - Hello World.
The "Hello World" project is a simple program that is typically created as the first project when someone is learning a new programming language. The goal of the project is to introduce the basic concepts of the language, such as how to write and run a program, how to use variables, how to print output, and how to use basic syntax.
Dart is an object-oriented, client-optimized programming language that is developed by Google. It is designed to be used for developing web and mobile applications, as well as server-side applications. Dart is a statically typed language, which means that type checking is done at compile-time rather than at runtime.
One of the key features of Dart is its support for building user interfaces through a reactive programming model, using a library called Flutter. Flutter is a popular mobile development framework that is built on top of Dart, and it allows developers to create native mobile applications for iOS and Android with a single codebase.
Hello World in Dart
Hello World in Typescript
Python is a high-level, interpreted programming language that is known for its simplicity, readability, and flexibility.
Python is an object-oriented language that supports a variety of programming paradigms, including structured programming, functional programming, and procedural programming.
Python is commonly used for a variety of applications, including scientific computing, artificial intelligence, data analysis, and more.
Hello World in Python
PHP is a widely-used language that is supported by most web servers and is commonly used with popular web frameworks such as Laravel, Symfony, and CodeIgniter. It is known for its ease of use and flexibility, as well as its compatibility with a variety of databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB.
PHP code is executed on the server-side, which means that it is processed on the web server before being sent to the client's browser. This allows PHP to generate dynamic content, such as HTML pages, in real-time based on user input and database queries.
Hello World in PHP
Swift is a compiled programming language developed by Apple that is designed for developing applications for Apple's platforms, including macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. It was first introduced in 2014 as a replacement for Objective-C, which was previously used for iOS and macOS development.
Hello World in Swift
Java is a high-level, object-oriented programming language that is designed to be portable and platform-independent. It was first released in 1995 by Sun Microsystems and has since become one of the most popular programming languages in use today.
Java is known for its security, reliability, and scalability. It is commonly used for building large-scale applications, such as enterprise-level software, and web applications. Java is also used for developing Android mobile applications.
Java code is compiled into bytecode, which can be executed on any platform that has a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) installed. This allows Java programs to run on a wide range of operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux, and more.
Hello World in Java
Kotlin is a modern, statically-typed programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and is designed to be interoperable with Java.
Kotlin is also fully interoperable with Java, which means that developers can use both languages within the same project.
Kotlin has become increasingly popular among Android developers, as it offers many advantages over Java, such as improved readability, faster development times, and better performance.
Hello World in Kotlin
C and C++ are programming languages that are widely used for system-level programming, operating systems, game development, and embedded systems.
C was developed in the early 1970s by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Labs and is a procedural, low-level programming language. It is known for its efficiency, portability, and direct access to system hardware.
C++ is an object-oriented programming language that was developed in the 1980s as an extension of C. It includes features such as classes, inheritance, and polymorphism, which make it easier to write complex programs.
C++ is commonly used for developing large-scale applications, such as video games and operating systems.
Both C and C++ are compiled languages, which means that the code is compiled into machine code before execution.
Hello World in C
Hello World in C++
Objective-C is an object-oriented programming language that is primarily used on Apple's platforms, including macOS, iOS, and watchOS.
Objective-C is an extension of the C programming language and adds object-oriented features such as classes, methods, and message passing. It uses a syntax that is similar to C, but also includes Smalltalk-style syntax for object-oriented constructs.
Hello World in Objective-C
Go, also known as Golang, is an open-source programming language developed by Google. It is a statically-typed language with a syntax similar to that of C. Go is designed to be simple to write, read, and maintain, while still being powerful enough to handle complex applications. Go is also known for its fast compilation times and efficient execution, which make it well-suited for building high-performance applications.
Go is commonly used for building server-side applications, network services, and command-line tools. It is also used for building microservices and cloud-native applications. Many popular projects, such as Kubernetes, Docker, and Terraform, are written in Go.
Hello World in Golang
React is commonly used for building single-page applications, progressive web applications, and mobile applications. It is also used by many popular websites and web applications, such as Netflix, Airbnb, and Instagram.
Hello World with React/Typescript
Flutter uses the Dart programming language and includes a set of pre-built widgets, which make it easier to build custom user interfaces. It also includes a "hot reload" feature, which allows developers to see changes in their code immediately without having to rebuild the entire application.
Flutter is known for its fast development times, high-performance, and ability to create beautiful, highly-customizable user interfaces. It includes features such as reactive programming, which allows developers to build applications that respond to user input in real-time.
Flutter is commonly used for building mobile applications, including games, social media apps, e-commerce apps, and more. It is also used for building web applications and desktop applications using the Flutter for Web and Flutter for Desktop frameworks.
Hello World with Flutter/Dart
Now that we have covered the concept of the Hello World project in different languages, let's make a quick summary of what we have learned in this unit.
We also provided some AI prompts for other popular coding languages that were not mentioned in this unit:
We listed some print functions that we saw in this unit:
print console.log echo System.out.println println printf std::cout fmt.Println NSLog
You don't need to remember all of them, just the word "print" is enough, as we can ask AI for the function name and how to use it at any time.
We also provided some AI prompt samples for how to print strings or numbers in a specific language:
Again, you don't need to remember all of these names. Just having a general impression is enough, as we will talk and learn about them every day from now on.
Now, let's do an online interactive practice by following the URL: https://juniorit.ai/resource/course/hello-world-in-different-coding-language-practice