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Trends in coding languages: the future is here

Today, when something new appears every day, especially in programming, tools for building software are rapidly changing and bringing innovations to our lives. To stay up-to-date and in trend, software developers need to adapt to them and utilize them in their work. We have already talked about software development trends, and now we’d like to talk more about new coding languages and the way they transform software development in general.

Python 3: things you need to know

Python 3 is a high-level and general-purpose language that is simple and readable. Developers around the world love this programming language for its strong community support and extensive libraries.

What makes Python 3 stand out?

  • Data Science and Machine Learning: Powerful libraries like NumPy, Pandas, and Scikit-learn make it ideal for handling large datasets and complex computations.
  • AI: Simply accelerates AI algorithm development, supported by an extensive library base.
  • Web Development: Python 3’s internet protocol support and frameworks like Django enable rapid, clean web development.
  • Easy Development: Clean syntax speeds up development, significantly reducing costs.
  • Extensive Libraries: Covers internet protocols, string operations, web services, and OS interfaces.
  • OS friendly: Works with any OS.

Domain-specific languages (DSLs)

As Java and Python are about solving general problems, DSLs are about effectively solving specific problems. Designed for particular domains, DSLs offer increased abstraction and productivity. Solutions offered by DSLs allow developers to write less code to achieve more.

DSLs Benefits and Examples

  • Tailored to specific industries or problems.
  • Focus on particular needs, increasing productivity.
  • Include examples like MATLAB, SQL for managing and manipulating relational databases, REGEX for pattern matching in text and etc.

Low-Code and No-Code Platforms

We have already covered the topic of low-code and no-code platforms in our blog posts. Using low-code and no-code platforms, regular people with basic knowledge of programming can create web and mobile apps.  Low-code development is a streamlined approach to creating software. With easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interfaces, low-code platforms allow people with limited or no programming experience to efficiently build various web and mobile apps.

At the same time, with no-code development, you don’t need any programming knowledge, making it incredibly user-friendly for non-technical individuals.

Why choose low-code and no-code platforms?

  • Minimum or no coding experience.
  • Increases productivity by streamlining app development.
  • Reduces costs.
  • Visual building tools with minimal or no backend code.
  • Fast and easy build and launch of the app.

Elixir: Coding Languages for Businesses

Elixir is a programming language that is great for building distributed systems and web applications. Businesses that are looking to scale their operations choose Elixir for its lightweight nature and built-in support for concurrent processes.

Elixir benefits:

  • Simplicity: Elixir is easy to use and learn because of its clean syntax.
  • Multitasking: Elixir can handle several tasks at a time, making it perfect for real-time systems and high-traffic apps. It also allows businesses to easily scale up and down based on demand.
  • Reliability: Critical business apps are safe with Elixir as it’s designed for fault-tolerant systems.


PureScript is a statically typed, purely functional programming language that compiles to JavaScript. Its type system allows to catch errors early and ensure that the program works correctly and is time and resource-saving. With the help of PureScript, developers can express problem domains, enabling the compiler to prevent errors.

PureScript Benefits:

  • Early Error Detection: No need for debugging and testing, as it catches errors at compile time, streamlining the development process
  • Enhanced Program Correctness: PureScript ensures that programs behave as intended. It becomes possible, as developers can express problem domains.
  • JavaScript: As PureScript is compatible with JavaScript, it can run on any platform supported by JavaScript.
  • Frontend Frameworks: Integrates with React and Angular and makes it easier to build robust and efficient web apps.

In conclusion, learning about new coding languages is essential for businesses that are about to expand. Introduct is here to help in creating innovative and trendy solutions for your business. Explore these new coding languages and trends with Introduct to see how they can elevate your business to new heights. Contact us today to help your business be up-to-date.