How JS was introduced
It was with the introduction of JS that the web became something more than just a fully static space. What was needed was dynamism, which JS successfully brought, and from there it quickly grew as a frontend language, and despite the demise of Navigator, other emerging browsers such as Explorer, Firefox and Chrome soon jumped on board the JS bandwagon.
What JS has done for the web
But the fact remains that with the development of JS, a number of functions and innovations which are now synonymous on web browsers are a result of JS, such as autocomplete functions, rollovers and dropdown menus, loading capabilities and a whole lot more besides.
The characteristics which have driven JS to success
How exactly has JS achieved this? Because it is open and, very importantly, standardized, it is a very effective language, which cannot be denied. It also has great compatibility with other programming languages, which is vital considering not all servers run on the same language. Compatibility is, therefore, an essential consideration,” argues Ricardo Oliveira, a tech blogger at ResearchPapersUK and Writinity.
JS VS. Node.js
Where is JS optional?
From the development side, it is easy and quick to learn compared to many other languages, and web design is both responsive and clean. And as a by-product of its immense popularity, there is an incredible level of support available through online communities to boot.