Within the world of software development, JS has the following classification attributes as a programming language:
- It's high-level, meaning it's highly abstracted
- It's dynamic, for example, variables can become strings from numbers and vice versa during the execution of the code
- It's weakly typed, meaning it will allow some missing declaration or typos to go through
- It's prototype-based, meaning you can, for example, create prototype objects, and then augment them in due course, adding or remove attributes of an object
- It's multi-paradigm, meaning...