- Gaming (Pixi.js, Physics.js, Crafty and list goes on)
- Machine Learning (Tensorflow.js)
- Back-end (Node.js, Meteor.js)
- Front-end (ReactJs, VueJs, AngularJs)
- Some of the most famous frameworks/libraries in JS
A front-end framework developed by google and it’s one of the most famous framework build for front-end development and angular is still leading the charts in terms of preference when it comes to developing dynamic front-end user interfaces.
And ofcourse the list just goes on and on and i dont think it’s even possible to list all the frameworks and libraries in one blog if you are still interested what other frameworks are there just search list of js frameworks and you’ll be set for the day with amount of reading material you gonna find.
But as we all know nothing is perfect and everything has its pros and cons…
- One of the easiest languages to learn.
- No compilation is needed as it runs directly in your browsers
- Easy to debug and test as there are many gui tools to test and debug your JS code.
- Platform Independent as it runs in a web-browser and we all know that there is no OS which doesn’t have a browser.
- Security Issues once appended onto web pages execute on client servers immediately and therefore can also be used to exploit the user’s system.