It includes a convenient syntax, flexible variable types, and easy access to the browser’s features. It can run on the browser without being compiled. the source code can be placed directly into a Web page.
- Variables are loosely typed. you do not need to declare variables before their use, and most conversions (such as numeric to string) are handled automatically.
Integration with Web Browser
- Windows 3.1, using the 16-bit version of Netscape Navigator.
- Windows 95 or Windows NT, using the 32-bit version of Navigator and Internet Explorer.
- Macintosh System 7 or higher, using the Macintosh version of Web Browser.
- Most versions of UNIX, use the X Window version of Navigator and Internet Explorer.
Dynamic Information Inclusion
Making Web Pages Interactive
Source Code is Accessible
Lack of Network Communication
Limited Graphics and Multimedia Capabilities