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Importance of Javascript programming language

Importance of JavaScript Programming Language

JavaScript is the most traditional and famous scripting language. According to the "2020 Stack Overflow developers survey," it is declared that javascript is the most commonly used programming language for the eighth year in a row. It is currently used by 94.5% of the websites on the Internet.

Why JavaScript is Important?

JavaScript was first designed by Brendan Eich at Netscape in 1995, implementation of javascript was restricted to client-side development only (Fun Fact: It was initially called Mocha, then LiveScript and the final name given after the beta 3 release was JavaScript.) After that many frameworks were introduced that play a key role in JavaScript’s evolution. The most popular frameworks are JQuery, Node.js, Angular, Backbone.js, Electron, React, Vue, Ember, Meteor, etc.

  • jQuery was designed to help developers build sophisticated web pages.
  • Through Node.js it made it easy to work on server-side development.
  • React Native helped to gain market for mobile app development.
  • Thanks to Electron, it helped to develop desktop applications too.

Why We Should Need to Learn JavaScript?

Learning JavaScript is inevitable if you want to be a Full Stack Developer or a MERN/MEAN Stack Developer or a Web Developer. JavaScript has emerged and evolved from 1995 till date expanding its value in all aspects. It supports all kinds of event-driven, imperative, and functional (including object-oriented and prototype-based) programming styles. Maybe a new framework is being released while you are still reading this. It’s that quick and trust me, I don't exaggerate...!

What is AJAX?

Ajax stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, in layman's terms, you can send and receive data through JavaScript, in the background, from the server, without even refreshing your page. In modern Phenomena, it utilizes JSON instead of XML. JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation.

How to Learn JavaScripts?

There may be many questions rushing through your mind whether on how to begin? Whether to do jump directly on the framework? so on and so forth. First of all, let me clear a common doubt most of you might be having. VanillaJS is used to work with plain JavaScript. Don't mix this concept with some framework or some other js.

Now I would like to answer about where to begin, I suggest you to go for the basics first. According to my personal experience, after learning VanillaJS, grasping other frameworks looks like a cakewalk. You can understand the framework in the depth with its internal work. After getting hands-on basics, the syntax, functions would look similar to previous and effortless.


JavaScript is a language of the web". If you are still not convinced, then I love to meet you, while having a cup of coffee. I am sure we would have a lot to catch up on.