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JavaScript (JS) d tutlayt n usihel yettwaseqdacen s waṭas seg idis n umsaɣ i tira n iskripten imussanen n isebtar Web, acukan ula deg idis n uqeddac.

JavaScript ur icudd ara ar Java, acukan wali dagi amgired.

Yattwafṣel di tazwara d tutlayt n usihel seg idis n uqeddac sɣur Brendan Eich (yella d amaris di tkebbanit Netscape), JavaScript yedda deg iminig Netscape 2.0 di Ctember 1995. JavaScript yufa imiren kan iman-is sakin Internet Explorer 3.0 yessekcem asefrek n JavaScript support daw n yisem JScript di Ɣuct 1996.

Di Wamber 1996, Netscape yebda amahil akked ECMA International akken ad yerr JavaScript d tizeɣt. Seg imiren, JavaScripit yekcem di tizeɣt s yisem ECMAScript sakin yettwaselmes daw ECMA-262, anida lqem aneggaru (wis Sa) yeffeɣ-d di yunyu 2016.

JavaScript is mostly used in the browser, enabling developers to manipulate webpage content through the DOM, manipulate data with AJAX and IndexedDB, draw graphics with canvas, interact with the device running the browser through various APIs, and so on. JavaScript is one of the world's most used languages, owing to the recent growth and performance improvement of APIs available in browsers.

Recently, JavaScript came back to the server with the successful Node.js platform, the most popular cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment outside the browser. Node.js allows you to use JavaScript as a scripting language to automate things on a PC and build fully functional HTTP and Web Sockets servers.

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