JavaScript Grows Up and Gets Its Own Foundation


Currently, the JavaScript sector offers a mind-bogglingly diverse menu of open source options for building, testing and deploying applications. Maybe too diverse. With this in mind, The Linux Foundation has launched the JavaScript Foundation, an entity “committed to creating a center of gravity within the exponentially expanding JS ecosystem,” according to the organization.

The foundation aims to help wrangle a bit of order from the chaos while making sure open source contributors feel valued and included. More formally stated, the foundation’s  goal is to “drive broad adoption of key JavaScript solutions while facilitating collaboration within the JavaScript development community to ensure those projects maintain the quality and diverse contribution bases that provide for long-term sustainability.”

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