JavaScript Tutorial

JavaScript Tutorial

JavaScript (aka JS, aka ECMAScript, aka ES) is considered to be the lingua franca of the modern programming languages. It is the primary scripting language of most client-side user agents such as Chrome, Safari, Edge, and Internet Explorer browsers. In addition, due to the growth of Node.js, it gains ground as one of the major server-side languages alongside Java, C++, Python, and Ruby. This JavaScript Tutorial covers the good parts of the JavaScript language such as object-oriented programming, functional programming, variables and constants, flow control, exception handling, data types, modules, promises, and others.

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