How to check the JavaScript version

JavaScript is a client-side programming language. This means it is running on the user’s browser. It is very well supported and interpreted by the most used browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge, Opera, and many more.

The Brendan Eich initial programming language was first named Mocha and then changed the name to LiveScript, and finally JavaScript. Several editions of the language standard have been published since then.
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What´s the difference between VPS and Dedicated Server

Think of a Virtual Private Server as a go-between a virtual hosting/shared account and a dedicated server. ‘Virtual’ means that it is not real. Basically, it is still a shared hosting account but unlike a normal shared hosting account, each VPS has its own dedicated slice of the CPU, RAM, and disk space. So basically, what you do will not affect the other VPS on the machine. You can reboot your VPS anytime you want and you will have root access. Continue reading “What´s the difference between VPS and Dedicated Server”

HTTP vs HTTPS, What’s the difference

HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer) is a secured communication protocol between a web browser and a web server. You can say it is a secured HTTP (think of ‘S’ in HTTPS as secured) protocol. It encrypts any communication that a user sends to a web server and decrypts at the server-side. Similarly, it encrypts any communication that a web server sends to a web browser and decrypts at the browser side. That way HTTPS protocol provides a secured sub-layer under HTTP. So the conclusion is that HTTPS is more secure, why do websites use HTTP anyway? Continue reading “HTTP vs HTTPS, What’s the difference”