JavaScript - Multimedia

JavaScript can be used to create multimedia experiences on websites, such as audio and video playback, interactive graphics and animations, and games.

For audio and video playback, JavaScript can be used to control the media elements on a page, such as HTML5 <audio> and <video> tags, and add custom controls, as well as manipulate and sync audio and video with other elements on the page.

Interactive graphics and animations can be created using JavaScript, either from scratch with the Canvas API, or with the help of libraries such as p5.js, Three.js, or D3.js.

Games can also be developed with JavaScript, either using the Canvas API to create 2D games, or with WebGL for 3D games, and combined with libraries such as Phaser, Pixi.js, or Babylon.js.

Overall, JavaScript's versatility and interactivity make it a popular choice for creating multimedia experiences on the web.