The Future of JavaScript:
2018 and Beyond

Future of JavaScript in 2018 - Progress Whitepaper

What is the state of the JavaScript ecosystem? What are the latest developments and trends, and how will things change in 2018 and beyond?

To say that the JavaScript ecosystem is a bit tangled is an understatement. Luckily, we’re friends with some permanent residents of JavaScript Land and they know their way around it. Luckier still, they are generous enough to share their expert knowledge with us.

Our latest whitepaper, “The Future of JavaScript: 2018 and Beyond,” offers our future-looking analysis and predictions about the latest in JavaScript. We also look back at all the JavaScript craziness from 2017 and neatly tie it together with a bow.

Download this whitepaper to learn about:

  • What features JavaScript enabled in 2017 (ECMAScript goodies)
  • Upcoming features that will play a critical role in your future applications
  • The rise and fall of popular JavaScript frameworks—Angular, AngularJS, Vue.js, React, Ember
  • The latest around indispensable JavaScript developer tools, such as Webpack, TypeScript and package managers
  • The future—what’s up with PWAs and AR/VR?

And so much more! Download the whitepaper today.

Authors:

Tara Manicsic
Tara Manicsic Developer Advocate,
Progress






Alyssa Nicoll
Alyssa Nicoll Developer Advocate,
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TJ VanToll
TJ VanToll Principal Developer Advocate,
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A lifelong student, teacher, and maker, Tara Z. Manicsic has spent her career using JavaScript on both back-end and front-end to create applications. A Google Developer Expert and international technical speaker, she focuses on conveying the codebase she has learned. She also works in her community launching & directing the Cincinnati Chapter of Women Who Code and the Cincinnati branch of NodeSchool.

An Angular Developer Advocate & GDE, Alyssa Nicoll’s two degrees (Web Design & Development and Psychology) feed her speaking career. She started in tech 4 years ago and has spoken at over 40 conferences Internationally. She’s a weekly panelist on Adventures in Angular and Angular Air, which have a combined following of over 16,000 listeners.

A front-end developer and an author, TJ VanToll has over a decade of web development experience, including a few years working on the jQuery team. Nowadays, he spends his time helping web developers build mobile apps through projects like NativeScript.

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