In this article, we will show you just a few of the ways you can put your JS skills to good use.
1. Mobile Apps
Near Native Performance
2. Front-end Web Development
Single Page Applications (SPA)
Angular is based on the popular Model-View-Controller web application design pattern, which ensures that you keep your vision of the big picture (the model) separate from the UI (the view) and data processing (the controller).
3. Back-end Web Development
Node.js has a lot of remarkable frameworks for creating server applications, like Express, Sails, and Kraken.
Node Web Frameworks
Express makes it easy to create scalable server-side code because it comes with built-in support for middleware functions that you can configure to run before or after specific routes, allowing coders to handle tasks like creating sessions, parsing cookies, and routing.
Serverless computing is a cloud-based development that allows front-end developers to create server applications without running their servers or managing infrastructure.
AWS Lambda is a popular service among enterprise developers because it allows companies to build and run back-end code in the cloud without managing servers, databases, or other infrastructure.
5. Desktop Applications
6. Game Development
2D and 3D Games
Phaser is a framework for building 2D games. It features many great examples and code snippets that you can use to learn from and develop your video games.
All three of these game frameworks (Phaser, Babylon.js, and Three.js) are great for making games of all sizes, from simple mobile games to complex high-end 3D console games.
7. Artificial Intelligence
Machine Learning And Neural Networks
Automatically Find Bugs
8. You can write plugins for popular applications
9. Data Visualization
D3.js lets developers turn raw data into responsive and interactive 2D and 3D graphs, charts, and maps that update as new data is entered (you can change the visuals to represent different types of data sets, like geographical regions). You can even create animated GIFs using D3.js.
Making data visualizations with D3 is relatively simple: you create a free and open-source account (which gives you access to the D3 library and tutorials), then upload your data as a .csv file, select what type of graph or map you want to make, and then click “generate” to produce your finished product.
D3 works with all data types and can make beautiful, responsive visualizations that communicate information in a way words never could.
10. Embedded Device Development and IoT