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Java-Script

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Transcript of Java-Script

Java-Script
Introduction
JavaScript is a dynamic coding language which is often used in web browsers. It is also used in server side programming, game development, and in the making of applications
History
Javascript was originally developed by Brendan Eich. The first name given to JavaScript was Livesript when it was shipped in beta with Netscape Navigator 2.0, but it was renamed to JavaScript
Server Side JavaScript
Netscape soon introduced an implementation of JavaScript for server-side scripting (SSJS) with Netscape Enterprise Server, first released in December, 1994.
Popular uses include gameing, app making, browser making
MICROSOFT
JavaScript quickly gained success as a client-side script language and was introduced in Microsoft's Internet Explorer verion 3.0 released in August 1996

Popular Uses of JavaScript

Pros
Speed- Because JavaScript is a client side scripting language it doesn't have to wait for responses from a server
Simplicity- It is easy to learn
Server Load- Being client side it reduces the website server's demand
ALL QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS ARE IN THE END
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hope you learned something
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