Let’s go back a little in the past
Was renamed because of the popularity of Java and the hot language at that time. Netscape wanted to taste the same success as Java.
I have some infographics along with some data.
It is the number 1 language
The line chart above is taken from Githut 2.0 application which is a language percentage distribution showing the top 10 languages since 2012/Q2. Githut 2.0 is hosted by Github using its open-source API.
Here’s a screenshot of a table taken from Githut 2.0 below, that proves it further.
Read more – https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2019/4. Give me a shoutout in the comments section if the link is broken.
In a first of its kind, a Nanosatellite that uses the NodeJS platform was launched into space on Nov 29, 2018, from India.
Developed by Reaktor Space Lab, a Reaktor-portfolio company, the nanosatellite is the company’s spearhead project in the field of future space services.
All this functionality in the Reaktor Space Program will be built in the cloud, which means that the Mission Control Center can be located anywhere in the world. You can check the status of your satellite with the browser in your smartphone – and you don’t even need an app for that.
Read more about the Reactor Hello World Satellite and its future plans here.
All you need is NodeJS installed on your computer, then downloading the ar-drone node module. And of course, you need the Parrot AR Drone.
In fact, I have covered this in one of my previous blog post. You can read more from that post. I have also covered a code sample to get you started.
Here is the Amazon link to the book.
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