I just don't get it


#1

I have been trying to use javascript on other sources to see if it would work. But I would just get errors when i run it. I am looking at a lot of examples and see a lot of <> with something in-between before the coding etc… So here are my questions.

What does<> mean and why do i need it?
Am i required to know any other language to get javascript to run?
Where can I solely use Javascript?

Any help at all will relief my frustration, so thanks for your service


#2

The only place we see those characters is in HTML.

<html>
  <p>Hello World!</p>
</html>

We don’t need any other language but it will become necessary to learn HTML if you want to run the code on a webpage, which is what it is designed to do.

In a sandbox such as repl.it, or in your browser console. It’s probably too soon to jump into Node.js if you are just getting started.