Back when the first State of JS survey took place, only 21% of you used TypeScript compared to 69% today. Whereas we used to joke about a new front end framework releasing every day, React and Vue have now been dominant for 6 years running. And the percentage of people reporting that "JS is moving too fast" is down from 59% to 38%.
This is not to say that the language has stood still. The Optional Chaining and Nullish Coalescing APIs have rocketed up to be the most used new APIs in our survey, despite only being 2 years old. And more good things are on the way from TC39: you reported that date management is a top missing feature, and the Temporal API recently reached Stage 3.
Also notable: many new entrants like Deno, Rome, Astro, Remix, and more are now supported by venture-backed companies, perhaps charting a viable alternative to the fragile open-source funding environment.