HTML allowed to create static pages that could only display text, but one-to-one interaction was required with users.
In the 1990s, Netscape created and released LiveScript. The earliest versions of the LiveScript language were intended primarily for small groups of web designers who do not need to use a compiler or have object-oriented programming experience.
As new versions of this language became available, they included new components that gave the language great potential, but unfortunately, this version only worked on the latest version of Netscape Navigator at that time.
When Netscape added support for Java technology in the Navigator web browser in version 2.0B3, the name change caused a conflict.
By processing the objects on our website, we can define different events on the objects.
These objects make it easier to program and design interactive pages, while preventing the execution of commands that may be dangerous to the user’s machine, such as formatting the drivers, replacing files.
Because it has a dynamic structure, it can respond to real-time events such as pressing a button, hovering over certain text or just loading the page.
Instead of storing pages or pages on the webserver for each user, we can leave the appearance of the pages entirely under the control of the user by making calculations based on the variables determined by the user.
There are many programming languages such as Vue or React, which are used in various fields based on JS.
As you can see, Java is a much more complex but also strong, robust, and reliable programming language.
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