The most beautiful programming language in the world is useless unless it allows you to write the program that you need.
Additionally, several platforms have web apps as native apps or let you install them natively—for example, Chrome OS, Firefox OS, and Android.
Additionally, browsers are becoming increasingly capable development environments. Chrome, in particular, has made impressive progress recently. It will be interesting to see how much more IDEs and browsers will be integrated in the future.
reducePar(parallelizable versions of the existing array methods
reduce). In order for parallelization to work, callbacks must be written in a special style; the main restriction is that you can’t mutate data that hasn’t been created inside the callbacks.
A language that is widely used normally has two benefits. First, such a language is better documented and supported. Second, more programmers know it, which is important whenever you need to hire someone or are looking for customers for a tool based on the language.