- The continually growing rich library of JS gives developers the flexibility to select a perfect framework suiting the specific project capable of finishing the project hastily.
- Being an event-driven language, JS executes only the code segment invoked through some user activity, e.g., a mouse click, a button press, etc. It reduces the loading time as the entire code is not initialized. Instead, the code segment summoned by user actions is only executed.
- Being an interpreted language, testing, and debugging a JS code is much easier than traditional programming languages.