Is it worth to use TypeScript?
Why should I switch to TypeScript?
Why do we need TypeScript?
When should you not use TypeScript?
I’ll give you 8 reasons (that can be a post itself) for NOT using TypeScript:
- 1- It is risky. …
- 2- It is messy. …
- 3- It does not solve the problem. …
- 4- It is not a superset, it is a subset. …
- 5- It is open-source, but nothing more. …
- 6- But big companies use it… …
- 7- But it has more features… …
- 8- It hurts the development time.
Is TypeScript worth learning 2021?
A Consensus On TypeScript
There’s a lot to be said about this little superset language. It has skyrocketed to popularity in just a few short years with complete adoption from AngularJS and many dev workflows. … But if you’re a professional frontend developer or hoping to become one, TypeScript is well worth learning.
Is it worth learning TypeScript in 2021?
Is TypeScript good for backend?
Is TypeScript easy to learn?
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.
Does TypeScript slow down development?
Yes, it slows you down because you need to think about your domain and how that maps into types (whether you think those types exist or not, they do).
Should I use TypeScript or ES6?
Do most companies use TypeScript?
TypeScript is at the moment used by Microsoft, Asana, Lyft, Slack, all Angular 2+ developers, multiple React & Vue. js developers, and thousands of other companies. Many others are joining them every day. TypeScript is the most popular superset of JS at the moment and is not going down anytime soon.