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JavaScript

Killeon Patterson
Killeon Patterson
17,538 Points

What lesson do I need to see to learn how to keep changes made to the DOM after refreshing the page?

What lesson do I need to learn to be able to keep changes made to the DOM inside a session? What programming language do I need to learn for back end JS concepts?

1 Answer

Chris Shaffer
Chris Shaffer
12,029 Points

JavaScript is also a server-side language.

What you're looking for is called "state" and "state management", you may also need to learn about databases if you're trying to write data in a permanent way.

If you're into JS, I would suggest learning more about JQuery if you haven't already, then move on to things like NodeJS and React.

To answer your question about what "language" to learn for back-end JS concepts - you're already on track - JavaScript.

NodeJS is the server-side engine for JavaScript and if you're looking to get into building web apps, even mobile apps, it's a great place to start.