What is a Scripting Language?
A scripting language is a programming language that is used to write scripts, which are small programs that automate certain tasks. Unlike compiled languages like C++ or Java, scripting languages are interpreted at runtime. This means that the code is executed line by line without the need for separate compilation.
- Dynamism: It allows you to dynamically modify HTML elements, CSS styles, and even the page itself based on user actions or other events.
1. Form Validation
2. DOM Manipulation
3. Client-Side Web APIs