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There are tens of popular server-side languages and hundreds of Javascript frameworks. You can't have all of them, so you have to choose some if you want any at all. W3Schools chose PHP and ASP/.NET as server-side languages and jQuery and AngularJS for Javascript frameworks.

Honestly, I would even go with dropping the tutorials for the frameworks since they're not even W3C standards. Every Javascript framework already has an in-depth tutorial on their own website.

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1 hour ago, nyeko_92 said:

node.js classes(which very commonly used for most of the websites)? 

Most of what websites?  Node.js market share is at less than 1% (possibly less than 0.3%) of sites which identify the server.

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