I updated the original comment with examples. I don’t understand the “tone” comment though. If you’re reading my comments and assuming that I have some kind emotion behind them, then that’s a tone that you’re projecting onto it. My goal has always been to spread knowledge and enthusiasm.
As for the testing comment, every professional project I’ve developed recently has over 75% test coverage and it uses TypeScript. Why does everyone bring up testing vs types like they’re mutually exclusive? I like both. A lot.
I do not think testing and typing are "mutually exclusive". But one of the "pros" people keep pitching about Typescript is the "code as documentation" and "less error" talking point, which I think is already achieved by having proper unit tests whether the language is typed or not.
I could be biased here, but just talking about this specific "merit" Typescript can give is not convincing to me. It could be also due to working style, because I tend to write very thorough unit test coverage (~98% across the projects I developed in the past few years).
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