What you need to get started with JavaScript in 2020


When you look at today’s job ads, almost every company looks for software developers who know JavaScript. Almost every website uses JavaScript, Backend systems use it as well. It became the Lingua Franca of the Internet.

I came across JavaScript for the first time in 2008 / 2009, while it was still in hibernation mode. Around the same time, a lot of new efforts started to modernize the language and adapt it for the next generation of applications. Let’s look at what you need to get started with JavaScript in 2020:

What You Need For a Frontend Application

What You Need For a Backend Application

What libraries are you using that are not on this list? Follow me on Twitter and tell me!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Kalim Vazir says:

    I think we should learn Next.js(Front-end) and Nest.js(Backend)

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