Most of the time, JS is used to make webpages interactive and alive. For example, showing popups and changing page content when a button is clicked, validating users' emails on forms, and so on.
The name was derived from the famous programming language Java to make it look more appealing.
- Beginner Friendly Language
- Versatile Language
- Best Language for Better Career
- High Paying Programming Language
- Huge Community
Before you start this course, there are certain things you need to make the most out of this course.
- Have a basic understanding of HTML and CSS: Within this course, we will be mostly working with web pages, so a basic understanding of HTML and CSS will help you understand the code part more clearly.
- Working Environment: Like mentioned above, we will be working with codes and examples within this course. That's why you should have your working environment set up properly. Working environment means downloading an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and setting it up properly to run JS code.