I don’t think something new that does come along is going to blow JS out of the water, either. It’s more likely that many smaller technologies will nibble away at the edges, and that will gradually wear away at JS’s dominance. It’s hard to say what 2030 will look like, but I think JS will still be around, near the top of the pile, though starting to fray around the edges a bit.
Well, the following are some reasons why js is the best of all –
1- Server-side programming – js allow us to handle all server-side stuff using node and express, node js is much faster than other server-side programming languages and easy to code, easy to handle the exception and excellent performance
● Angular js
● React js
● Vue js
3) Superfast performance – ECMAScript 6 and related technologies are developed for modern web requirements and speed is a primary requirement for the modern web, so all ES6 related technologies performances are awesome.
4) Numbers of Packages – we can find almost everything we can think of on npm, even though npm is the world’s largest software registry with a total of 800,000 builds or packages.
1) Netflix – Netflix is the top Online streaming platform, it also chooses js for its server-side.
2) Linkedin – Linkedin also using node js.
3) Yahoo – yahoo currently using react js and planning to switch its backend to the node.
4) Tumblr – Tumblr is also switching into node js.
5) Facebook – facebook using react js in the front end, React js is also developed by Facebook.