Dedicated to JavaScript and its awesome community since 2015

Two decades after the domain was registered for the first time, it finally serves its obvious purpose: the JavaScript community.

Right from the beginning opinions about JavaScript varied — some people love the language, others hate it. But there should be no doubt about the awesomeness of the community that made JavaScript one of the most popular programming languages.

In alignment to the free-and-open mindset of the community, JS.ORG made subdomains available for developers and their projects for free. Since this first step we also focused on tracking JavaScript trends and spreading news about it.

CONTRIBUTIONS ARE WELCOME: If you have the passion to start a collaborative project, or if you want to be a member of and contribute to JS.ORG, feel free to contact me.

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