What is TypeScript?
Features of TypeScript –
- Static typing and annotations
- Easy to debug
- Supports ES6 (ECMAScript)
- full-fledged IDE support
- Allows better development time tool support
- Compatible with any browser
- Enhances productivity
- Cross-platform, flexible, and dynamic.
- Used for both client-side and server-side implementation.
- Supported by all browsers
- Adds support for classes, interface, and module
- Extendable and versatile (builds mobile, desktop, and web apps)
- Lightweight and interpreted, helps to create fast and responsive web apps
- Large community of developers
|TS code must be compiled||JS code is interpreted at runtime|
|Has a feature of prototyping||doesn’t have the feature of prototyping|
|Errors are detected at run time||Errors are detected at the early stage of development|
|Supports data binding||Does not support data binding|
|Used to build large-scale applications||Used to build small-scale applications|
|Does not have a huge community of developers||Has a huge community of developers|
|Annotate codes constantly||Annotation is not required|
|Offers NPM packages||Allows developers to explore and create codes without a specific buildup|
|front-end oriented with rich IDE support||Used to build web applications|
Q2. Is TypeScript in high demand?