1. It’s old, reputable, and standardized
3. It’s client-side based and thus fast
6. It reduces server load and overhead
1. It may put people at a security risk
2. No static typing
This might be hard to understand for laymen, so we’ll cover the differences between static and dynamic typing separately. For now, you should know that this makes the development of large applications difficult. However, many developers bridge that gap by using the TypeScript overlay in software.
3. Its cross-browser implementation can be difficult
4. Debugging tools aren’t advanced
The code editor software (such as HTML editor) that supports debugging isn’t nearly on the level of, say, C/C++ or PHP editors. This makes it hard for developers to spot problems in the code, leaving it exposed to malicious use. Even worse, a major mistake in JavaScritp can stop the functionality completely e.g., rendering of the entire web page.
5. Rendering is slower than HTML