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i want to develop a web application that connects to already running applications such google maps, etc. I know how to program in C++ but it wouldn't serve the purpose in this case. Can someone suggest the programming language I should get my hands on to accomplish my task?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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You should use learn about network, protocols, Google OAuth, Google Maps API. Since Google Maps API is Javascipt based, so it'd very hard for you. Consider learning Javascript and HTML5 and make a web application instead.
You might also want to check out python. It's used for a variety of web applications and scripting. Since it's object oriented, it should be somewhat familiar to you from C++.
There are several client libraries available to use google services, the easiest to use appear to be Java libraries

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You could use C# ! Here's a website with C# documentation : Hope this helps !

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