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Get Programming with JavaScript Next: ECMAScript?

 
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I haven't  seen the proper name for the language in use for ages and ages. It is a pleasant surprise to see it.
 
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Well, since ES6 it is becoming more and more popular ;)
 
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I actually think ECMAScript is a more appropriate name. Reminds me of the time when someone's app was taken down because it had 'JavaScript' in the title, thanks to Oracle: https://www.reddit.com/r/javascript/comments/8d0bg2/oracle_owns_javascript_so_apple_is_taking_down_my/
 
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Godfred Kofi wrote:. . . . someone's app was taken down because it had 'JavaScript' in the title . . . .

My, the comments in that Reddit thread make “interesting” reading
 
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