In the 90s, Netscape Navigator was the most used web browser of its time (Netscape doesn't exist anymore, but it is the ancestor of Mozilla Firefox). At that time, the web pages were static. That is to say, there was no interaction with the user after the page was loaded. To remove this limitation, the Netscape's developers added a new language called LiveScript. LiveScript was inspired by Java (another programming language developed by Sun Microsystem).
In the 2000s, there was a rejection of these technologies by developers and users:
(European association for standardizing information and communication systems).
Microsoft, which was in a monopoly situation in the 2000s, did not comply with this
standard and continued to promote JScript.
The V8 engine is also at the heart of NodeJS, a language used to create web servers.
With what technologies is the quiz you are taking programmed?