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But we're smart, it's been 5 years since we shielded the subject.
They follow a whole series of technologies, libraries like jQuery, Bootstrap, Ember.js and Backbone.
But it is also popular on the server side thanks to Node and Express.
There are even all-in-one frameworks, like NextJS or NuxtJS.
All dependencies will be managed by NPM and its package.json, which will even be the first build tool.
The language is now standardized by an institution called Ecma International. And the standardized versions are called ECMAScript.
Ah, if you work on the web, you have surely seen that a web page is complicated in terms of scope.
If you are curious about WebComponents, I recommend that you listen to the expert Hubert Sablonnière who talks about it on our Youtube channel: