JavaScript Introduction

JavaScript is an interpreted programming language, invented by Brendan Eich in 1995. It is lightweight, dynamic, object-base, weakly typed and multi-paradigm programming language. It makes web pages interactive and it is supported by all modern browsers.

JavaScript is one of the three essentials of WWW, with CSS and HTML and each JavaScript engine represents its different implementations. These implementations are based on the ECMAScript specification.

The initial development called it Mocha, but officially the name LiveScript got finalized September 1995. It was again renamed to JavaScript in December, 1995.

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