Facebook also uses its own programming language called Hack that was developed to speed up development, boost efficiency and handle the difficulties of expanding and managing a large platform.
Like Facebook, Tesla also uses an internal framework for website development. Their framework works in unison with Tesla’s entire ecosystem, including customer accounts, car data and online services. Through this, Tesla maintains control over customization, security and performance improvement in order to provide a unified online experience that fits its corporate identity and clientele.
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and is the most common language used to create websites.
Most websites use HTML to structure the content, creating elements such as headings, paragraphs, and lists. HTML also allows websites to display multimedia content like images and videos, create hyperlinks for easy navigation, and set up databases for collecting and managing data. Additionally, HTML provides website developers the ability to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to customize the design of their sites.
All three are essential for building and maintaining the online experiences that we love.