What are the best blockchain programming languages to focus on? Understanding the coding languages required to reap more value.
We are right in the process of the new booming blockchain industry.
Blockchain technology is much more in its inception level, but this breakthrough technology has already managed to storm the market and has generated a boom like no other in modern-day businesses.
So what is the raw materials that build up a storming blockchain platform? What are the programming languages used?
Most common programming languages are used in the blockchain industry, but the CIOs and developers need to decide what kind of development they choose as different blockchain projects require specific programming languages.
Focusing on the Hyperledger Fabric platform’s efficient exploitation, which is considered the most business-friendly blockchain platform, akaChain briefly summarizes the blockchain programming languages used in the platform and a basic understanding for those who want to learn more about this technology.
GoLang is a programming language developed by Google, and it is gaining prominence.
This language is also on the list of top blockchain programming languages with a scorching success. Hyperledger Fabric is one of the two best blockchain solutions written in Golang; the other is Go-Ethereum.
It also supports other features such as classes and inheritance, constructors, annotations, exceptions, etc. It is not a complicated language and easy to learn so that there are over 800,000 developers on the Go Language network.
Java is often known to be a brilliant programming language used for the development of blockchain.
The language is derived from C-syntax and is commonly preferred for the development of sophisticated Smart Contracts and dApps because of its following properties:
- Robust support for the philosophy of OOP (Object-Oriented Programming),
- Easy to clean memory,
- Ample library availability.
Java has a broad application programming interface (API) that contains several Java classes, packages, interfaces, etc. This language is useful for designing applications without actually understanding their internal implementations.
Also, the one Java property that is especially useful in the blockchain is its portability. Because of its WORA (“Write once, run anywhere”) features, Java programs can be ported to various platforms. These programs do not rely on a system-specific architecture as they use the universal JVM(Java Virtual Machine) for execution. This portability, along with other standard Java features, makes it ideal for blockchain.
Python was created in 1991 and is fast becoming the most popular programming language in the world. It is widely used for DApps and chaincode development because of its available features.
It is easy to learn, perfect for both base and scripting approaches, and allows access to dynamic architecture.
Although Python has some problem to work with complex cryptographic operations in blockchain as an interpreted language,
it is an object-oriented language that helps in managing many performance-related overheads.
Another advantage of Python is that developers can quickly prototype their concepts with some long-winded code needed. Python also has much open-source support that makes it suitable for blockchain. There are several Python libraries, plugins, and other tools available online for any problem you can find in blockchain development.
As a result, Python is proving to be an asset in the Blockchain-as-a-Service market.
Data querying is an essential option for business users. Using the blockchain’s SQL language will help accelerate the implementation of their existing SQL-based business logic to a more convenient blockchain chain code.
SQL (Structured Query Language) is also one of the top blockchain programming languages to consider in 2020. IBM constructed this language to communicate with databases like MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and Oracle easier and efficiently.
More than 7 million developers use it because they can build secure and effective enterprise blockchain solutions.
akaChain works with many developers who are fluent in many different blockchain programming languages because of the diversity of our project range, from finance to agriculture, from supply chain to retail businesses.
We suppose that CIOs and developers need to prepare for the rising workforce demand of the blockchain market, as the enterprise blockchain market will soon reach $12 billion by 2022.
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