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In a perfect Android world, the main language of Java is really modern, clear, and elegant. You can write less by doing more, and whenever a new feature appears, developers can use it just by increasing version in Gradle. Then while creating a very nice app, it appears fully testable, extensible, and maintainable. Our activities are not too large and complicated, we can change data sources from database to web without tons of differences, and so on. Sounds great, right? Unfortunately, the Android world isn’t this ideal. Google is still striving for perfection, but we all know that ideal worlds don’t exist. Thus, we have to help ourselves in that great journey in the Android world.

Kotlin and Java - Android
Kotlin is a popular new player in the Android world. But can it ever replace Java?
What Is Kotlin, and Why Should You Use It?
So, the first language. I think that Java isn’t the master of elegance or clarity, and it is neither modern nor expressive (and I’m guessing you agree). The disadvantage is that below Android N, we are still limited to Java 6 (including some small parts of Java 7). Developers can also attach RetroLambda to use lambda expressions in their code, which is very useful while using RxJava. Above Android N, we can use some of Java 8’s new functionalities, but it’s still that old, heavy Java. Very often I hear Android developers say “I wish Android supported a nicer language, like iOS does with Swift”. And what if I told you that you can use a very nice, simple language, with null safety, lambdas, and many other nice new features? Welcome to Kotlin.

How to write clean code and how to easily handle exception?
Exception Handling Code
Exceptions are as old as programming itself. Back in the days when programming was done in hardware, or via low-level programming languages, exceptions were used to alter the flow of the program, and to avoid hardware failures. Today, Wikipedia defines exceptions as:

anomalous or exceptional conditions requiring special processing – often changing the normal flow of program execution…

And that handling them requires:

Specialized programming language constructs or computer hardware mechanisms.

So, exceptions require special treatment, and an unhandled exception may cause unexpected behavior. The results are often spectacular. In 1996, the famous Ariane 5 rocket launch failure was attributed to an unhandled overflow exception. History’s Worst Software Bugs contains some other bugs that could be attributed to unhandled or miss-handled exceptions.

Over time, these errors, and countless others (that were, perhaps, not as dramatic, but still catastrophic for those involved) contributed to the impression that exceptions are bad.

Perfect and powerful cross-platform IDE for development of Java App, Android App, Web, PHP, Python, free for students* and have many features.

Every aspect of IntelliJ IDEA is specifically designed to maximize developer productivity.

Together, powerful static code analysis and ergonomic design make development not only productive but also an enjoyable experience.

After IntelliJ IDEA's indexed your source code, it offers blazing fast and intelligent experience by giving relevant suggestions in every context: instant and clever code completion, on-the-fly code analysis and reliable refactoring tools.

Mission-critical tools such as integrated version controls systems and a wide variety of supported languages and frameworks are at your hand — no plugin hustle included.

Google For Education - A Place to start playing with coding, show your skill all over the world to learn and earn many thing.

Welcome to world of Google For Education. At Google For Education, you will learn many things, develop logically thinking skill, programming skill, designing skill by playing with codes and design. Here you take participation in coding, science fair and many other activities and get awards, prize by Google Inc. as well as get job through Code Jam by Google.

Here's are some programmes by Google for Students as well as Educators:
C++ cross-platform rapid application development framework.

Ultimate++ is a C++ cross-platform rapid application development framework

U++ is a C++ cross-platform rapid application development framework focused on programmers productivity. It includes a set of libraries (GUI, SQL, etc..), and an integrated development environment.
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25 Funny Situations Of A Programmer's Life

When I start coding without doing analysis first

phpMyAdmin 4.1.7
Bringing Mysql to the web. It provides the visual display of mysql on the web and easy to access your mysql from the web with administrative control also.

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XAMPP 1.8.3 (PHP 5.5)
Xampp is the best PHP + Mysql development environment. It is completly free and easy to install distribution, containing PHP, MYSQL, APACHE, PERL.


CodeLite 5.1.0

CodeLite is an open-source, cross platform IDE for the C/C++ programming languages. 

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