- ECMAScript provides essential functionality.
- The Document Object Model (DOM) defines interfaces for interacting with web page components.
- The browser API for dealing with the web browser is provided by the Browser Object Model (BOM).
- It is a simple and interpreted language.
- It is a case-sensitive language.
- It gives consumers a lot of control over their web browsers.
Following that, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commissions (IEC) adopted ECMAScript (ISO/IEC-16262).
- Drop-down menus that change dynamically.
- Creating Popups.
- Showing Date and time.
- Client-side verification,
- And much more.
To begin, you’ll need a text editor to write your code and a browser to see the web pages you create. You can use whatever text editor you choose, such as Notepad++, Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, Atom, or any other text editor you are familiar with. Any online browser, including Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge can be used.