JavaScript Frameworks

Javascript is still voted the world top number one programming language and deservedly so since it’s completely versatile and thanks to the ubiquity of web browsers.

JavaScript allows developers to add interactive effects to web pages. It often works alongside HTML, but it’s becoming more common for web apps to be built entirely in JavaScript. Because of its simplicity and speed, most of the startups and tech businesses we work with are starting to use JavaScript on the backend via the Node.js, Angular.js and React.js framework.