It runs on almost every web platform, and it has a huge and growing ecosystem of applications and libraries.
The language’s adoption continues to grow, as new tools, libraries, and applications are released.
But that growth is not uniform, and there are some notable areas where the language is catching up to its rivals.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the highlights from the 2017 report.
The languages popularity and market share also jumped from just under 3% in 2015, to more than 11% in 2018 and nearly 20% in 2019.
Other tools include JQuery and the jQuery Mobile SDK, as well as third-party libraries like jQuery.js, jQuery.ui, and jQuery.event.
These features are also widely supported by third-parties.
This makes the language more popular for people who use the language on their own devices, but it also makes it more popular in a broader range of devices.
This trend is also likely to continue as more third- party libraries are released and used.
In 2018, the total market value of IoT companies was just under $1 trillion, or about $5 billion per day.