Why TypeScript Might Be a Good Fit for your Projects

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28 Mar, 2019

Typescript is a superset of JavaScript which primarily provides optional static typing, classes and interfaces. One of the big benefits is to enable IDEs to provide a richer environment for spotting common errors as you type the code.
For a large JavaScript project, adopting Typescript might result in more robust software, while still being deployable where a regular JavaScript application would run.
Microsoft introduced Typescript in 2012 and for a while, it existed in a Microsoft bubble. He watches these closely as a developer advocate to better predict what tech is on the rise, and what is on the wane.
Should you use it? VanToll (Popular Author) explains. If you’re building something small – perhaps not. But a complex or large app, then likely so. If you’re building something on your own – maybe not. But on a team, or working with others, the value increases. Plus – if you’re working with unfamiliar codebases, it’s a lot easier to parse and explore a Typescript app. And finally, if you have developers who are *not* JavaScript developers, they’re going to be happier, more productive.

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