A solution for larger applications
The king of popularity
Therefore, anybody who hasn’t tried it yet should totally keep an eye on the latter, as the interest is seriously taking off.
What do people actually say?
An interesting point of view was made by Eric Elliot, who talks about a study which took into consideration some of the most important open source projects, looking at all the bugs found in a project and trying to determine if TypeScript is able to find them at compile time. And guess what? In a lot of cases, the bugs were squashed!
Since it’s not a secret that the earlier a bug is detected, the cheaper is to solve the problem. Therefore, we can say that TypeScript is incredibly useful for describing both types and object contents.
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