But you question blow my mind..
If your page is static and does not normally change anything, then there is no advantage to using JS.
If you want a page to animate, update, pre-submit validation, etc, then you would be hard pressed to do it without JS.
Really depends upon your needs.
Are there other programming languages that might accomplish your requirements, yes, but not many so easy to incorporate.
Do you mean if you want the page to update on its own? Can you give me some more examples? Thank you.
In terms of content, it's possible to help present data on your page in a more controlled and user-friendly manor, such as hiding certain bits of a page until a user needs to see them (perhaps they are filling out a form, you can break it in to sections or steps then hide and display each step as the user needs, all on one page). Also through the use of AJAX you can actually load entirely new page content without having to leave the page, which is good for standard content as well as dynamic content (requesting reporting data, simple chat/messaging, sending/receiving file data (somewhat limited on the upload)).
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