Living without JS?
Possible but pointless.


Why you can’t live without JS

JavaScript is used everywhere. In web browsers (Angular, React), server-side (Node), desktop, mobile, gaming, IoT, robotics, virtual and augmented reality, etc. The list goes on and on. JavaScript is an expressive and powerful language, but still easy to learn – and simply a great way to start out your IT career.

JavaScript runs on every major browser on every major platform. It runs on the server side on every major operating system. And no one can say that it is too hard to develop real applications using JavaScript.

As JavaScript matures and platforms like Node.js become increasingly popular and viable, the demand for JavaScript developers will continue to increase. And a growing demand for JavaScript developers of course also means rising salaries for JS developers.

So, if you’re still not convinced that you cannot live without JavaScript, our infographic hopefully changes your mind. In order to convince even the last sceptic, we’re approaching the subject from the developer’s perspective. We’ve taken a close look at how different types of developers benefit from using JavaScript.

Doesn’t matter if you’re a full stack dev, if you’re polishing the frontend or working the backend, if you’re a mobile dev, a QA person or all into DevOps – JavaScript will work for you!





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