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re: Tic Tac Toe with TypeScript - Part 1 VIEW POST

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re: Hey Curtis, thanks for writing back. As with a lot of things, it really comes down to personal preference. I've used TypeScript for almost two ye...
 

It also has an added benefit of improving your IDE experience by offering you better auto completes.

Well, for TS lines below are equal. There is no difference in IDE experience (autocomplete, e.t.c).

let gameActive: boolean = true;
let gameActive = true;

I've found it much preferable to just write types for everything rather than have the cognitive load of thinking "this probably doesn't need a type".

Just turn on noImplicitAny option in your tsconfig.json and TS will yell at you where a type can't be inferred. No extra cognitive thinking is required πŸ˜‚

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