JavaScript developers: creative language jugglers

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JavaScript was originally developed for programming interactive websites, to do things such as to change content, analyze user interactions or download.

Throughout the course of its development it replaced Java as the dominant programming language for the web, and its popularity lead to the language becoming standardized in 1997 under the name ECMAScript. Nowadays it is known as a dynamically typed, object-oriented, yet prototype-based script language which, despite its similar name, has little in common with Java.

Anything is possible with JavaScript – object and procedural orientated, as well as functional, programming of small helper routines, up to complex frameworks.