The following is a list of programming languages that you can learn on Techversity Wiki, sorted by alphabetical order.

  1. AJAX – short for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML, it allows web pages to be updated asynchronously with a server.
  2. ASP .NET – a server-side scripting language maintained by Microsoft.
  3. Bootstrap – a popular web framework for creating responsive web sites.
  4. C++ – a popular programming language.
  5. C# – a popular programming language.
  6. C – a popular programming language. The first of the three C languages.
  7. CSS[note 1] – a popular stylesheet language, used in tandem with HTML and JavaScript. It styles the web page.
  8. Dart – an obscure programming language similar to C and maintained by Google.
  9. DTD – short for Document Type Definition, it defines the structure and the legal elements and attributes of an XML document.
  10. F# – a popular programming language.
  11. Google Apps Script – a set of scripting tools that can create extensions and web apps for Google Drive, Google Chrome, and other products by Google.
  12. Google Maps Gadget – a mapping gadget that
  13. HTML[note 1] – the most-used markup language that is used to define web pages.
    1. XHTML – a version of HTML that conforms to XML.
  14. HTTP – a web standard and protocol used to get to web sites.
  15. Java – a popular programming language by Oracle Corporation. The popular 3D sandbox game Minecraft utilizes this language.
  16. JavaScript – a popular scripting language that makes websites responsive and interactive. It is used in tandem with HTML and CSS.
  17. JSON – short for JavaScript Object Notation, it is syntax for storing and exchanging data much like XML.
  18. Lua – a popular scripting language. Parts of FANDOM™/Wikia is written in this language.
  19. Markdown – a popular markup language used with forum boards, along with BBCode.
  20. Objective-C
  21. OpenGL – a popular graphics language that is similar to WebGL, but for desktop use instead of in-browser use.
  22. Perl – a popular programming language used for developing Web apps.
  23. PHP – a popular server-side scripting language. The MediaWiki framework and a lot of websites utilize this scripting language.
  24. Python – a popular programming language, especially for beginner programmers.
  25. Robots.txt – a text file format that tells web crawlers and search engines what to index with the website, etc.
  26. Ruby
  27. R
  28. Swift – a popular programming language by Apple. It is used to make iOS apps.
  29. SQL – a programming language used for maintaining databases.
  30. VBScript – a scripting language based off of Visual Basic
  31. Visual Basic .NET
  32. WebGL – a graphics language, also a web standard. Unlike SVG, a similar language which utilizes XML, WebGL tilizes JavaScript.
  33. XML – short for eXtensible Markup Language, it is designed to store and transport data and be human- and machine-readable. Below is a list of XML-based languages:
    1. Atom – similar to RSS, it is used for web feeds.
    2. KML – short for Keyhole Markup Language, it is used for geographic annotation and is mostly used for Google Earth.
    3. Office Open XML – a document file format designed by Microsoft for the storage of electronic documents. Mostly used in its Microsoft Office programs.
    4. OpenDocument – a document file format used for describing electronic documents.
    5. RSS – a popular syndication feed format.
    6. Sitemaps – the XML language used to document paths and pages on your website.
    7. SVG – short for Scalable Vector Graphics, it is a graphics language, also a web standard.
    8. XBL – a markup language used for binding XML elements with their behaviors.
    9. XTF – a framework for implementing new XML elements
    10. XSL – a markup language used to stylize XML documents
    11. XUL – a markup language created by Mozilla for user interface .
  34. XPath
  35. XQuery


  1. 1.0 1.1 There is debate as to whether HTML and CSS can be counted as a programming language.