JavaScript was originally developed by Brendan Eich. Introduced by Netscape is currently the most popular client-side's language of the Web. Is also being used on mobile, desktop environments; and server-side for running high concurrency network applications.
A technique for communicating a remote server in order to retrieve or send information with no need of complete pages refresh.
JavaScript books, ebooks and sites with the content organized as a "book".
Conferences and events around the world for JavaScript enthusiasts and professionals.
Organized JavaScript resources.
For beginners or advanced users/developers. Sites help and/or give in detail, guides that describe how to create or modify things, these shouldn't describe the core language, as that is already covered by the category named "Reference."
News and events about JavaScript.
For JavaScript researchers and pioneers. Any person who has made a significant contribution to the field is eligible to be listed.
Personal pages whose main content is about the language.
JavaScript Reference describe the language features, behaviours, APIs and essentials. This category is NOT for tutorials or help guides and documents.
Standardized, commonly accepted or adopted code styles, naming conventions and good practices such the good use of the global namespace and the like.
Tools for developers: testing libraries and utilities, performance, debuggers, automated tests, linters, toolkits and code editors.