Creating Dynamic Websites Through Java Script

Centuries ago, scenes were captured by artists through Illustrated Maps that looks like it was taken from above at an oblique view. Map illustrations are still popular because it can easily capture an emotional response. Fully rendered bird’s eye-view maps can be viewed from the artist’s website in case you want a unique hand-drawn and 100% digital map illustration.

Websites are absolutely necessary in today’s digital era. However, how are websites designed? Years ago, website design was static with very little interaction with the user beyond clicking and loading new pages. When JavaScript was introduced, it enabled animation, adaptive content and form validation on the web page.

Initially, JavaScript only functioned with limited browsers. Internet Explorer developed by Microsoft did not support JavaScript until later. Microsoft developed its own proprietary client-side script called Jscript that became widely used. Web developers and programmers who wanted to create dynamic websites had to choose one browser over the other which was less than ideal because it made the internet less accessible.

JavaScript is a client-side language that performs tasks on the client’s computer. It does not need to interact with the server in order to function. Once the web page has been loaded in the computer, the user can continue to interact with the web page even if the internet service goes down. However, navigating to other pages or accessing data remotely will not be possible unless there is internet connectivity.

JavaScript also includes powerful features that involve asynchronous interactions with a remote server. By being asynchronous, JavaScript can communicate with the server in the background without any interruptions to the user’s interaction in the foreground. JavaScript on the client’s computer is a simple and as small possible so as not to slow down any interactions made by a user. However, many developers consider JavaScript as inefficient and they made improvements over the years.

Meanwhile, there are artists that can create Illustrated Maps for a town, business center, school campus or a specific area. The bird’s eye-view map delivers more than just geographical information; there is a realistic feel of the area that generates a feeling of identification.

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