Why use JavaScript? (See the magic)

Ivan Cabral
Dec 10, 2019 · 6 min read

When I started my trip to become a software developer, One of the most common struggles that most new developers are select one programming language to make different applications.
Many clients need a different platform for their business, but we can make that with only one language? yes! we can do that with javascript

I will show you some of these Frameworks for making differents applications with JavaScript

WebApps

AngularJS

React

VueJS

MeteorJS

Ember

Backbone

Server

NodeJs

Verte.X

RingoJS

Nodyn

PurpleJS

Mobile

React-Native

React Native is an extension of React, which is a Javascript library for building UI blocks for web applications. Declarative programming style, virtual DOM, reusable components to build UI are some of the premium advantages that give this JS framework an edge over hundreds of options out there for building mobile apps

NativeScript

Ionic

Cordova

OnSenUI

Desktop

Electron

AppJS

With AppJS you can develop desktop tools and applications using the same libraries and knowledge used to build websites and web applications. You get all the following in one package:

  • JS, HTML5, CSS, SVG, WebGL — by Chromium
  • mature HTTP/HTTPS servers and client APIs — by Node.js
  • filesystem, DNS, cryptography, subprocesses, OS APIs — by Node.js
  • sandboxed code execution environments, virtual machines — by Node.js
  • tools for exposing native C++ bindings to JavaScript — by Node.js

Conclusion

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JavaScript in Plain English

Learn the web's most important programming language.

Ivan Cabral

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I‘m a daily coder FullStack developer with more than 10 years of experience, creator of gambling web sites, writer for JavaScript and Cryptocurrencies

JavaScript in Plain English

Learn the web's most important programming language.

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