Tips On Js, Tech & Business

Tips on JS, Tech & Business

Tips On Js, Tech & Business
Tips On Js, Tech & Business

Tips On Js, Tech & Business

1. Front End

This one should be obvious. 
JavaScript was built for the Front End. 
With the rise of libraries and frameworks such as React, Vue, Angular, and Svelte, JavaScript has become the one and only preferred language to build interactive Front Ends for the web.

2. Back End

You've probably heard of NodeJS. 
NodeJS is a tweaked version of the V8 engine that lets it access the filesystem. 
This enables JavaScript to run on a server. 

3. Mobile Apps

React is easily the most popular choice for Web Apps. But did you know about React Native? You can use it to create Native Mobile Apps using JavaScript. No Webviews - a React Native App actually runs natively on your phone on both iOS and Android. 

4. Desktop Aps

Yes, that's right! 
You can build cross-platform desktop apps with JavaScript, using the popular framework, Electron. 
You'd probably be surprised by how many of your favorite Desktop Apps are running on Electron. 

5. Machine Learning

Yes, yes. I know. 
Python owns Machine Learning. 
Yet, with TensorFlowjs, you can develop ML models in JavaScript, and use ML directly in the browser or in Nodejs! 
It's getting wildly popular 

6. DevOps

Finally, you can use JavaScript in the DevOps world. 
In fact, JavaScript is the most widely used language for AWS Lambdas, which are often used in advanced Cl/CD pipelines. 
Popular tools like Pulumi also allows you to write infrastructure-as-code with JavaScript. 

7. Bet on JavaScript

JavaScript is one of the most in-demand and well-paid skills in the development world. 
The JavaScript community is by far the largest, and within the next 5-10 years, you will see an even more increasing portion of the web fuelled on JavaScript.