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  2. JavaScript engine - Wikipedia

    JavaScript engines are typically developed by web browser vendors, and every major browser has one. In a browser, the JavaScript engine runs in concert with the rendering engine via the Document Object Model. The use of JavaScript engines is not limited to browsers. For example, the V8 engine is a core component of the Node.js and Deno runtime ...

  3. Unobtrusive JavaScript - Wikipedia

    Unobtrusive JavaScript is a general approach to the use of client-side JavaScript in web pages so that if JavaScript features are partially or fully absent in a user's web browser, then the user notices as little as possible any lack of the web page's JavaScript functionality.

  4. ECMAScript - Wikipedia

    ECMAScript, ECMA-262 and JavaScript. ECMA-262 or the ECMAScript Language Specification defines the ECMAScript Language, or just ECMAScript. ECMA-262 only specifies language syntax and semantics of the core API, such as Array, Function, and globalThis, while valid implementations of JavaScript add their own functionality like input/output or file system handling.

  5. Comparison of JavaScript-based web frameworks - Wikipedia

    AngularJS Apache Royale Cash Dojo Ember.js Enyo Ext JS Google Web Toolkit jQuery jQWidgets MooTools OpenUI5 Prototype & script. qooxdoo SproutCore Svelte Vue Wakanda ZK

  6. Brendan Eich - Wikipedia

    He created the JavaScript programming language and co-founded the Mozilla project, the Mozilla Foundation, and the Mozilla Corporation. He served as the Mozilla Corporation's chief technical officer before he was appointed chief executive officer, but resigned shortly after his appointment due to controversy over his opposition to same-sex ...

  7. List of ECMAScript engines - Wikipedia

    Narcissus: JavaScript implemented in JavaScript (a meta-circular evaluator), intended to run in another JavaScript engine, of theoretical and educational nature only. JS-Interpreter A lightweight JavaScript interpreter implemented in JavaScript with step-by-step execution. QtScript: Originally developed by Trolltech, now owned by The Qt Company ...

  8. Redux (JavaScript library) - Wikipedia

    Redux is an open-source JavaScript library for managing and centralizing application state. It is most commonly used with libraries such as React or Angular for building user interfaces. Similar to (and inspired by) Facebook's Flux architecture, it was created by Dan Abramov and Andrew Clark. Since mid-2016, the primary maintainers are Mark ...

  9. Ampersand - Wikipedia

    Usage. Ampersands are commonly seen in business names formed from partnership of two or more people, such as Johnson & Johnson, Dolce & Gabbana, Marks & Spencer, and Tiffany & Co., as well as some abbreviations containing the word and, such as AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph), A&P (supermarkets), R&D (research and development), D&B (drum and bass), D&D (Dungeons & Dragons), R&B (rhythm ...