Modern JavaScript

JavaScript is absolutely everywhere on the web these days. Recent years has seen a Renaissance-like surge in JavaScript usage, with the latest versions and frameworks powering all the of the world’s most used sites and apps.

JavaScript allows client-side manipulation of websites and app interfaces, facilitating the kind of dynamic and responsive user experiences that we have all become used to. Facebook, Twitter, Google Apps and all the other ubiquitous parts of the web we take for granted are driven by modern JavaScript, particularly thanks libraries like jQuery and powerful frameworks like React, Angular, Vue.js and Polymer. JavaScript has even found its way outside of the web browser, into mobile apps, desktop apps and, with the introduction of Node.js, onto the server-side as well.

JavaScript is part of the The Bridge Digital’s development DNA and is in use in some form or another within essentially all of our projects, whether web or desktop software, to enhance the usability and performance of our products. Our particular favourite framework at the moment is React Native, allowing rapid development of rich, cross-platform mobile apps that blur the lines between native applications and web apps.

  • Angular
    • ‘Single page’ dynamic web applications
    • Built by Google
    • Rich, interactive user interfaces
    • Mobile and desktop friendly
  • React & React Native
    • Supported by Facebook
    • Rapid development of mobile and web applications
    • Powerful, intuitive and responsive UX
    • ‘Decoupled’ web and mobile apps