— Jeff Atwood, 2007
As an engineer, our goal is to master multiple languages, particularly new ones with excellent features. Many languages are being used to develop different software, and typically, one language is used to build various applications or a single one. Thus, you are taught a specific language in the frontend while you learn the language of your choice in the backend.
This is the same for devices. On mobile devices, they teach you different languages; it is necessary to be taught another for games. Even for websites, you have a distinct language.
Most of the time, it’s frustrating that developers must learn new languages to work on projects. They want to stick to one language that can perform every job.
So, what’s the solution? Is it possible to master one language and handle different requirements at the same time? Are there languages that are universally applicable all over the world?
They primarily employed the earlier JS language to make your website interactive, and it could not provide many features. However, it is now providing a tough challenge due to it being a part of the server-side.
Nowadays, JS is visible almost everywhere. Additionally, a variety of JS frameworks and JS Libraries are also accessible that allow you to do almost everything you need to do with your project.
Stack Overflow has reported that a 95percent of sites use JS as a client-server programming language.
However, why is this language so talked about and popular? What benefits do these languages provide that other don’t?
Let’s discuss this in-depth.
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