JS Historical Development is separated into two sections.
Jesse James Garrett: defined Ajax in a 2005 paper. The web application's underlying communication technique was async communication with the server.
John Resig: In 2006, he created the JQuery library. These were libraries that provided developers with an abstraction that eliminated any browser incompatibilities, as popularized by libraries like Prototype, Dojo, and Mootools.
With the start of this trend, all plugins that worked in browsers vanished. Java's Applet and JavaFX, Adobe Flash, and Microsoft Silverlight have all but vanished.
TC39: The ES Development committee is made up of several members from browser developers and large Web-related companies.
Version: Every year, generally in June, a new edition of ES is published, and each year is designated by doubling the previous year's number. For example, language features announced in 2015 are referred to as ES6, language features published in 2016 are referred to as ES7, and language features deployed in 2019 are referred to as ES10. The JS language changes published in 2015, ES6, were extremely different and advanced the language.
I've included the developments in the JS language based on EcmaScript versions below;