Software Development Trends What is “In” & What is “Not”

The world of technology is a different world by the concepts of “what’s in” and “what’s not”. The end- user says the preferences, technologies are changing. Moving into 2017 everyone found to be less focused on resolutions and everyone is more interested in what’s next.

Whether moving from the old personal computers(Desktop) to the world of high functional mobility. With new advanced technology user’s demands are rising and their attention is declining, their desire for instant gratification is increasing at an immense pace, features and functionality are the complete list of this ever-expanding globe of programs, gadgets, and gizmos.

Here are top 5 software development trends what’s “In” & What’s “Not”

1. C++ and Java is decreasing its positions

As trends are changing it seems Java and C++ are decreasing its popularity somewhere. This does not mean it’s being out-of-date in near future. It simply means developers are moving with the trends and choosing new programming languages and have selected to get rid of the robust use of Java and C++.
Till date, find these two programming languages have more impact on custom software development.

2. Cloud Computing is on the roll

If one can code in Java is now no longer sufficient. Now one can easily see the increasing popularity of cloud computing and its benefits is a great solution for both short and long term. Even when it comes to data placement it is noticeable large corporation are adopting no SQL policy in terms of their critical operations and adopting process. Now when it comes to the online –based operation system everyone considers Windows 10. Cloud Computing increasing popularity, they are trying to improve with its features and benefits and functionality.

3. Apache Spark’s –More Spark!

It is a fast and general engine for large –scale data processing. Apache is nowhere far if it became the main software development trends. It is increasing trend in custom software development as this open-source processing engine deploys an immense field of opportunities. It is an open-source cluster computing framework which will change the IT industry landscape completely. It provides an interface for programming cluster with implicit data parallelism and fault-tolerance. Being into the It industry and process of custom software development one should take benefit of Apache Spark.

Apache has several benefits such as:
• Speed: Run programs up to 100x faster than HadoopMap reduce in memory, or 10 faster on disk.
• Ease of Use: Write application quickly in Java, Scala, Python.
• Generality: Combine SQL, streaming, and complex analytics.
• Runs Everywhere: Spark runs on Hadoop, Mesos, standalone, or in the cloud. It can access diverse data source including HDFS, Cassandra, HBase, and S3.

4. Real-Time Features and Functions

Every software development does the same thing; What need to be done something differently. In the same picture, everything needs to be done real time. In custom software development trends Real-Time features and functions be on top. Mobile technology has raised highly and accepted by the internet users. Easy access, easy features at any location is having more craze and level of satisfaction.
The reason is no one likes to wait. Everyone expectation is “now”. If you’re a software development specialist, it’s necessary to combine real-time components in the programs.

5. Responsive Web is no longer

Everyone is aware of the mobile market and what speed it is increasing. Responsive web design in and among websites is difficult for online success. End-users are asking for real –time speeds, and real-time solutions. Creating custom software, it is not definite to use real-time design, but one which is also 100% responsive.


Many IT organizations are working on carefully – designed software programs. These custom software tools provide ability to launch their products and services on a global scale. It helps to provide with tools which help to raise the level of productivity and optimize performance in this changing market.

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Joseph Aldrich is a Freelance Digital Consultant working in the Information Technology sector. Joseph shares his expertise and knowledge through articles and blogs on trending subjects in the field of technology innovation, software,and IT outsourcing.

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