The Mobile Website Development According to The JavaScript Programming Language

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The computing world, is a great place to be at; in today’s society, we are enjoying a tremendous amount of knowledge and information; due to the fact that we today have computers, at our reach.

Although computers are accessible, to many of us, many other people still can’t have access to computer, for various reasons.

The people who are fortunate to have access to computer, should also realize, that computers are only accessible and usable due to the programming that accompanies them.

In today’s article we are going to talk about JavaScript

JavaScript is a computer language, which is used a lot in mobile technology, to develop mobile websites, and applications.

Computers are supposed to do, whatever it is that you want them to do, without your authority or command, computers or mobile devices, are not able to perform any tasks, whatsoever.

The tasks, which computers perform, are dependent on the application that they host, and those applications, can only execute properly, if they have been planned, developed and deployed properly.

Many applications, are not developed properly, because the planning of such applications was not done correctly; therefore, we end up hating technology, because we believe that technology is not useful.

When in all actuality, it is not technology that is not useful, but rather, it is that programmer, who didn’t know how to plan, develop and deploy their application, the right way, before they made it available to the public.

The Netscape Navigator

In 1995, as a way to add programs to web pages, in the Netscape Navigator browser, JavaScript was introduced, to the programming world of websites.

All major graphical web browsers across the world, have adopted JavaScript, since it was introduced in 1995.

Modern web applications, which are applications, which allows you to interact with them directly, without making a page reload, are in existence today, due to the use of JavaScript.

Many traditional websites also use JavaScript to provide various forms or interactivity and cleverness.

A standard document was written, which describes, how JavaScript should be used, so that all the website and applications, which claim that they use JavaScript, are able to follow the same syntax of the JavaScript language.

EC-MAScript standard

The EC-MAScript standard is the actual book written to standardized JavaScript.

The EC-MAScript, was actually written by the Ecma International organization.

You may come to despise the language, when you use JavaScript, because there are somethings, which are very terrible about the programming language.

Many experienced developers, will agree with me, that JavaScript, could use another update, to make it better to integrate with other applications.

JavaScript is an interpreted language and it is lightweight; it is designed to create network-centric applications, and it is integrated with Java, PHP and many other programming languages.


It is also integrated with HTML, which makes JavaScript easy to implement; JavaScript is also open and cross-platform.

But JavaScript, will sometimes, make you sweat and stop you from accomplishing your work.

You will sometimes, if not most times, suffer many mind grains, which could send you to the hospital, when you use JavaScript, to add new features to your website or web application.

JavaScript has its advantages too though, this is why it is widely used among developers and software engineers across the globe.

Advantages, of JavaScript

One of the advantages, of JavaScript, is the fact that there is less server interaction when you use JavaScript.

This means that your application is able to validate user input, before sending the page off to the server for processing purposes.

Server traffic is also saved, which as a results, gives the server less load; therefore, the server is able to carry out its job, more efficiently.

Also users don’t have to wait, for a page to load to see feedback; visitors get immediate feedback, and don’t have to wait to see if they have forgotten to enter something on a form.


Users also enjoy the amount of interactivity that they have, with an application which uses JavaScript.

Interfaces can be created, which react when a user hovers over them with a mouse, or activate them via a keyboard.

JavaScript also makes the interfaces richer, which means that items, such as drag-and-drop components, and sliders can be incorporated to websites and web applications, to give your visitors a richer interface.

Thank you for reading this article!!!