client-side scripting language, i.e., it executes on user's machine rather than the server hosting the website. It creates interactive webpages and adds dynamic effects to them.
object-oriented language like C++ and Java. However, it is not related to the Java language in any way.
Netscapewas competing with Microsoft. This is why, they approached Sun Microsystems, which was about to launch a new programming language
JAVA. Java was a programming language that had all the features of Object-Oriented Programming.
applet development. However, there was still a need for a scripting language for websites to enhance the
user’s interactivity. Netscape, in collaboration with Sun Microsystems, developed LiveScript for its browser to compete with Internet Explorer of Microsoft.
Every browser has its engine like
Object-Oriented Language. In OOP, objects encapsulate data and methods together, defined by a hierarchy of abstract classes. Classes are necessary for the Object Orientation Language. However, It does not have them even after being an OOP supporting language.
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