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JavaScript is gaining as the most popular programming language in the world. It is the language for the Web Development,  iOS & Android Apps Development, server-end development and has in recent passed gained popularity among the developers at large. JavaScript very quickly gained widespread success as an all-in-one solution for different platforms.

Different Frameworks :

  • Backbone.js
  • NodeJS
  • Meteor
  • Google Web Toolkit
  • JavaScriptMVC
  • Kendo
  • AngularJS
  • Atoms.js
  • Chaplin.js
  • Cappuccino
  • Echo
  • Ember.js
  • Knockout
  • Rialto Toolkit
  • SproutCore
  • Wakanda Framework

 

JavaScript is also moving quickly onto the hardware world.

  • Nodebots
  • Arduino
  • Espruino
  • Tessel

 

JavaScript is now an integral part of several operating systems like.

  • Windows8
  • Chrome OS (Chromebooks)
  • GNome Linux
  • Firefox Os

 

JavaScript as a replacement for Traditional Languages (PHP / .NET )

Yes sir, using JavaScript you can create server-side web applications with database file-system and even interact with the system environment as well as simple and complex mobile applications using various frameworks available. JS is event driven, asynchronous, easy and ideal to develop real-time apps.

With many server side solutions to use JavaScript, the most notable and popular framework is NodeJS. You can now actually use JavaScript as a server-side language as it is fast (for all who really doubt this, check out : Paypal & NodeJS ), easy to manage, exciting. Also you can create entire site with javascript language if used Node.JS and MongoDB database. Node JS framework is asynchronous, which makes it highly scalable and a great fit for all the big data out there. You will be able to use the same language on the back end and the front end, making life easier for development teams.

Learn more here : Node.js programming (Setting up Node.JS on your Linux)

 

JavaScript for everything else. Really  ?

JavaScript will assuredly become more dominant in all the areas like web, mobile (native and non-native), Tablets, Internet browsers etc. In the past only way to write code for smartphone application was native languages demanded by the manufacturer. For example: for iPhone – Objective-C; for Android – Java; for Microsoft – C#. Now most mobile developers can get the performance they want out of HTML5 applications running in browser like views.

 

Have you started developing with extensive JavaScript yet or are still doubtful of its future?

Let us know what you think in the comments section below.