- It is abbreviated as JS.
- Around the world, 97% of websites use it client-side for web page behavior.
- It supports event-driven, functional and imperative programming paradigm.
- ECMAScript – 1 (1997)
- ECMAScript – 2 (1998)
- ECMAScript – 3 (1999)
- ECMAScript – 5 (2009)
- ECMAScript – 5.1 (2011)
- ECMAScript (ES6) – (2015) : This update brings OOPs concept and many new methods along with.
- ECMAScript (ES7) – (2016)
- ECMAScript (ES8) – (2017)
- ECMAScript (ES9) – (2018)
What we will learn in this tutorial:
- Regular Expression
- New Advance Events and Web APIs
- DOM’s new methods and Properties