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Which programming language is the right one for my project?

Hello dear people :)

I would like to read suggestions from you as to which programming language is actually best suited to get a real estate portal off the ground.
The portal also includes admin dashboards, such as the one used by the admin of the page to manage the entire page, block users, images (spam), individual photos, and much more.
Furthermore, search profiles for real estate are to be created. In the backend, the system searches for properties based on the search profiles and sends them to the user via email.
A lot of work is done with text and images on the page. Likewise with XML files.

Or does it really matter in principle which language you use for which project, as long as the programmer is good at coding (frontend and backend)?

LG
Ado
Jun 29 '21 #1
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Hello dear people :)

I would like to read suggestions from you as to which programming language is actually best suited to get a real estate portal off the ground.
The portal also includes admin dashboards, such as the one used by the admin of the page to manage the entire page, block users, images (spam), individual photos, and much more.
Furthermore, search profiles for real estate are to be created. In the backend, the system searches for properties based on the search profiles and sends them to the user via email.
A lot of work is done with text and images on the page. Likewise with XML files.

Or does it really matter in principle which language you use for which project, as long as the programmer is good at coding (frontend and backend)?

LG
Ado
Look into JavaScript frameworks.
Jul 3 '21 #2
Bhagyashri7M
1 Bit
Python is one of the most popular programming languages amongst programmers. It's a high-level programming language using the following attributes:
Interpreted
Object-oriented
Uses dynamic semantics
Easy to learn
Extensive standard library
Jul 6 '21 #3

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