is a developer, technical writer, and a (former) designer.
Why did the tech giants and browser vendors stick to one single language to be run in the browser?
To see how this is done, check out the tutorial here:
Historically, you could only do front-end development, but now you can also do:
- Server-side programming (Node.js)
- Mobile app programming (React Native)
- Machine learning
- Embedded programming
the list goes on…
StackOverflow is a kind of a forum where you can ask coding questions. Different programming langauges have different communities on StackOverflow, and one of the biggest communities - if not the biggest one (these things are dynamic after all) - is the JS community.
This means that there are so many places to learn from!
It also means that this wealth of knowledge has sort of become a maze you could get lost in. Read on to the very bottom, we have a solution for you!
2. It can be a leeway to other languages
At least, you’ll understand some shared concepts such as HTTP verbs and with PHP at least, you’ll see a lot of the syntax is similar.
Ajdin Imsirovic is a developer, technical writer, and a (former) designer.