Over the years, an extraordinary number of dialects of programs have emerged. While some have found it decades ago, the way they can get their place in the sun, they have risen to the most used dialects in the product development industry, others do not have the ability to maintain their situation for so long. The programming dialect C and its relative C++ were produced by Bell Laboratories in the mid-1970s, but are still known today.
According to the TIOBE index of August 2017, C and C++ are again in the best positions. C ranks second among all programming dialects and is followed by C++, which ranks third.
What are C and C++
Many people trust that C++ comes from C, which have solid similarities. But that is far from real. Regardless of your connection, they have a considerable amount of differences. To name just a few examples: C is a procedural programming dialect that does not support classes and objects, while C++ is a combination of procedural principles and object-related principles. C++ also supports exception handling and online functions, which C does not do.
The variety of technical differences shows that these dialects must perform different tasks. The programming dialect C, developed by Martin Richards in the mid-1970s, while developing the Unix work scaffolding, is generally used to organize arrangements such as:
The frameworks (Unix kernel, Microsoft Windows utilities and framework applications, and an integral part of the Android framework have been summarized in C)
As for C++, this improved form of the C programming dialect, which was developed in the 1980s by Bjarne Stroustrup, was the dialect of choice for the development of an important part of today's programming: the controllers of devices, servers and elite client applications and computer games.
Among the most popular projects that are taught using the C++ programming dialect are the macOS framework; Adobe applications such as Photoshop, ImageReady, Illustrator and Adobe Premier; Google applications like Google Record Framework and Google Chromium; the Firefox web application and the Thunderbird email client; and open source MySQL database.
Which companies offer programming development with C and C++?
Next, we have compiled an overview of seven established Ukrainian development companies offering incredible programming arrangements with C and C++. Each of these companies has projects in their portfolio for fully funded companies in Europe and the US.
Infopulse is a product development company that offers services from programming to research and development, integration and support. Its clients come from Fintech, e-commerce, health, showcases and several companies. In the 25 years of its existence, Infopulse has earned the trust of brands such as Evry, ING and Bosch. To provide the best answers for its clients, Infopulse uses a variety of technologies, including C and C++.
Infopulse works with Bosch Security Systems, a division of Bosch, to provide products and frameworks for security, well-being and communication. Infopulse has contributed to the introduction of Bosch's security program framework and has used c++ for web development.
Eleks is an IT company that offers more than 25 years of experience in providing services in the programming of buildings, huge information, versatility, quality assurance, and the sky is the limit from there like Intetics. Eleks serves customers around the world, including Fortune 500 companies, and has the ability to provide answers for a variety of businesses, including fintech, healthcare, retail, media and logistics. To handle each of these projects, Eleks uses the most important technology stacks, including C and C++ technologies.
The Eleks Group has partnered with Eagle Investment Systems, a global provider of information management, risk calculation and performance evaluation solutions for the financial services industry, to build a secure and efficient portfolio management system.
Another client with whom the Eleks group has worked is ClaroVision, a company that offers TV-based stimulation arrangements focused on system and service administrators and consumer electronics brands. For ClaroVision, Eleks created Vision4