In this article, I will discuss my thoughts on this debate of which one is better than the other.
TypeScript is an open-source programming language for developing large-level applications. TypeScript was developed by one of the tech giants - Microsoft, in 2012. The actual reason behind this TypeScript development was to handle large-scale applications.
So let's look at the advantages and drawbacks of TypeScript and see if it's worth adding not just on your own projects but also on bigger scale projects, and what it brings to the table.
TypeScript is a long-term investment; it takes time to learn and time to add things to your code, but if you accomplish both of those things, you'll start getting some very nice rewards from it, and I believe these rewards are worthwhile.
So lets take a look at the Advantages and Drawbacks of TypeScript.
Excellent tools support, including IntelliSense, which offers active suggestions as code is added.
It has a namespace concept by defining a module.
- Generally, TypeScript takes time to compile the code.
The best answer to the above question is NO, of course!
In the end, after going through all the insights we have curated in this article, we can say that both languages have advantages and drawbacks.
Developers that wish to write understandable, organised, and clean code should use TypeScript. Well, we are not mentioning what TypeScript offers are, including various live-bugs checking, and static typing.