[wow]. Great article. However, I'm not a developer, so there are quite a lot I don't understand. I'm trying to learn Python though, which takes very long time for me to learn.
I have two very basic questions about Java script, which hopefully makes me decide if I should take a look at this instead of Python:
1. It seems like, out from your article, that Java Script works out from a console just like Python. Like, you run your script from a console, install and uninstall things from the console. Did I get that right? It makes things much more accessible for me rather than mess around with inaccessible graphical interfaces.
2. What's Java Script simular to regarding to the code syntax? I mean, is it simular to php or html or maybe Python? It seems like everything runs in a web browser, so I wander if it's like very advanced kind of html or php.
I must atmid I got very surprised the first time we saw one of the newer audiogames in Java Script which works that well. I mean, long time ago, Philip Bennefall made his first games in Java Script. Everyone said Java Script was really bad and not made for gaming. I wander if something has been improved extremely much in Java Script, or if people just didn't knew better at that time, because everyone said Java Script was so bad...
Again, thanks for the interesting article, and I look forward to see your answers on my questions.
Best regards SLJ.
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