TypeScript programming language. I know this might be a bit controversial, but hear me out.
First of all, Eslint and Prettier offer a lot of flexibility and customization options when it comes to enforcing coding standards and style. This not only improves code readability and consistency but also helps catch potential errors and bugs before they become a problem. With Typescript, while it offers type safety, it can be more rigid and may limit the ability to customize and enforce coding standards in the same way.
Finally, Eslint and Prettier have a large and active community, constantly updating and improving the tools with new features and fixes. This ensures that the tools remain up to date with the latest best practices and can adapt to changing development trends. While Typescript also has a large community, it may not be as active in updating and improving the language as frequently.