Why learning JavaScript is important!

JavaScript — created by Netscape Communications — first appeared in 1995. Its developers define it as a “scripting or programming language that allows you to implement complex things on web pages.” JavaScript makes web pages interactive.

Top reasons to learn JavaScript

  • It is one of the more popular languages, one that’s experiencing unprecedented growth in demand
  • It is easy to learn and Ideal for Newbies
  • It is the default language of the internet, so you can start programming it right away on your browser
  • It builds and runs all the fun, dynamic elements of websites
  • JavaScript is Versatile, like powering smart televisions, working with the internet of things (IoT), creating native apps for iOS and Android, and building cross-platform desktop apps, developing games, cloud data exchanges, and storage, to name a few
  • You can use JavaScript for front-end and back-end development
  • Mastering JavaScript makes it easier to crack DS & Algo-based interviews with tech companies
  • The Career Potential and payscale is Skyrocketing

The list will continue, and you will find additional benefits as you learn more and more about JavaScript and its super abilities.

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