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IMPORTANCE OF JAVASCRIPT FOR A WEBSITE

JavaScript is not relatively new to the technical world. But most of us are having very low or negligible amount of knowledge about it which is a threat, specially if your are related to this virtual industry. In this blog, we are going to discuss about the importance as well as the use and need of JavaScript in terms of a website as well as software development.

JavaScript is a scripting language which is widely used in the spheres of website and software development. It is extensively used in terms of the web pages or sites along with a makeup language commonly termed as HTML. Though JavaScript does not abide by the rules of HTML tags, still it is universally used by every web browser as it allows all the potent content to be implemented in the same webpage accordingly. Hence, from the above mentioned portions we can say that it is obviously a stand alone programming language which is extensively essential for a website. This dynamic programming language has been created by sun Microsystems and we can’t be more thankful to them. Since, it’s popularity is on the rise on a worldwide basis, the Microsoft has already  added this technology to it’s very own browser and that is Internet Explorer.

While now we are knowledgeable about JavaScript, let’s discuss about it’s application along with it’s usage.

JavaScript makes the static HTML page more interactive as well as attractive in nature. The user friendliness of your webpage is only possible with the proper handling of JavaScript. It also helps in easy navigation of the page, assists the designers in terms of guidance along with additional informations. The special effects as well as visual effects in the website are nothing but the result of proper usageof JavaScript.

Hence it can be stated that the usage of JavaScript is not only bound to the object oriented language, but also to a strategically maintained programming language. Hence it is a standard system which helps in maintaining all the ramifications of the client’s browser in lieu of the client’s server system.