The programming world is a dynamic one and languages used equally so. While new ones pop up with intense regularity to meet the specific needs of a time; they tend to find themselves ‘benched’ just as quickly. Keeping abreast of all the new languages is a Herculean task, but developers take it on to remain relevant.
Drawing from Simple Strengths
But despite all the negative thoughts towards it, it continued to be used. It had to its advantage the ability of being a scripting language for both the client and server-side. It was supported on all popular browsers from Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 onward, to Firefox, Opera, Safari as well as Google Chrome. It upgrades websites with interactive features ranging from slideshows to ad pops, and everything in between. All this with Google’s auto complete functionality. It is used rather regularly in game development as well as the creation of desktop applications – the list of its capabilities is quite a long one.