Why we should use TypeScript?
Why you should not use TypeScript?
Why should I switch to TypeScript?
Why is TypeScript so popular?
In contrast, TypeScript allows static typing or defining value types. These are checked at compile-time, helping catch errors before the program is run. This makes TypeScript an excellent choice for larger applications, as it is easier to catch errors before they become a problem in a production environment.
Is TypeScript good for backend?
What TypeScript is used for?
Why is TypeScript difficult?
Why do we use TypeScript in Angular?
Is TypeScript still relevant?
It has a great community, is very popular, is consistently gaining features and will be maintained for the foreseeable future. There are some great alternatives out there, but to me at least, TypeScript is still the best tradeoff between community, features and adaptability.
TypeScript’s main benefits:
- Class and Module Support.
- Static Type-checking.
- ES6 Feature Support.
- Clear Library API Definition.
- Syntax Similarity to Our Backend Languages (Java, Scala)
What is TypeScript w3schools?
Does TypeScript affect performance?