When this langage was submitted for standardization to ECMA International it was given a standard name ECMAScript.
Even Microsoft back then created their own version called JScript for their browser.
Text Editor: This is where we write the code. Some of the commonly used text editors are Notepad++, Sublime Text, Brackets, Atom, TextMate etc.
IDE: We can also use IDE (integrated development environment) like Eclipse and NetBeans.
Web browser: We will need a web browser like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge etc.
If you want to start without installing any software then you can use HTML Editor of this website.
You must have some basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.
Click here for HTML tutorial.
Click here for CSS tutorial.
Let us begin our journey by printing "Hello World!". Open your text editor or IDE and create a new file and save it as intro.html on your Desktop.
Now inside the file write the following code.
Now open intro.html file in your browser and you will get the following output.
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