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  • 1.  web development

    Posted Thu August 18, 2022 01:20 PM
    Which language is going to dominate the future of web development: JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, Java/Scala, or Python?

    david johan


  • 2.  RE: web development

    Posted Mon August 22, 2022 12:24 PM

  • 3.  RE: web development

    Posted Wed January 11, 2023 12:01 PM
    Good evening, 

    JavaScript could be the most used. In my opinion, it's because it closely embedded in HTML. 

    Best regards,

    Ojarikre Egbenine

  • 4.  RE: web development

    Posted Thu June 01, 2023 08:14 AM

    Hi @david johan

    As I am doing vlocity platform developer certification and JavaScript is the main language used on the Vlocity platform, so according to me, JavaScript is going to dominate the future. 

    Thank you.

    Vivek Garg

  • 5.  RE: web development

    Posted Tue July 25, 2023 11:43 AM
    Edited by Andres Parada Wed August 02, 2023 09:55 AM

    I agree that Python has made significant strides in web development and has carved out its niche. It's a language that deserves recognition for its versatility and community support. Nevertheless, when we talk about dominance, JavaScript continues to lead the charge. In fact, its influence extends beyond traditional web development. With the rise of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and cross-platform mobile development through frameworks like React Native and NativeScript, JavaScript's reach has expanded into the mobile ecosystem as well. Its ability to power web and mobile applications from a single codebase is a game-changer. If anyone still doubts JavaScript's future dominance, they only need to look at the growth of Shopify's Partner Program The program empowers developers to create powerful online stores using Shopify's JavaScript-based platform. This is a clear indicator of JavaScript's enduring significance in the world of web development. As we move forward, keeping up with JavaScript's advancements and integrating it with emerging technologies will be pivotal for developers and businesses alike.

    claire dengovna