This is why TypeScript is worth looking into
In the end, you will be able to submit higher quality work, as TypeScript has already found a lot of mistakes along the way that you do not need to run the program to detect. And you can work faster, more efficiently, and with greater confidence that things get right.
In StackOverflow's survey 2016, TypeScript came one in response to the question "Which technology would you prefer to use?". It is remarkable for a language to climb to first place in just a few years. It shows little that there is a real need for TypeScript; that you see the value.
Okay, but what's the chin? Why do not all TypeScript use? Are there any disadvantages?
I've heard that using Flow instead. Is it true?
Flow is an interesting option with about the same selling points as TypeScript. (Flow is developed by Facebook and TypeScript by Microsoft. Both are open source.) However, it is quite clear that TypeScript has "won" in the sense that it has a large community and lots of support from all directions. A little like the situation with Git and Mercurial; The latter is a good alternative, but it has a significantly smaller market share.
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