Is TypeScript ES5 or ES6?
A transpiler converts the ES6 based code into ES5 which is supported many browsers. TypeScript is a transpiler. Grunt, Gulp, and Babel are some other transpilers to compile the modules. Therefore, TypeScript supports ES6.
Is TypeScript a library or framework?
Is TypeScript interpreted or compiled?
Should I use TypeScript 2020?
Is TypeScript frontend or backend?
TypeScript is a natural fit for the world of frontend applications. With its rich support for JSX and its ability to safely model mutability, TypeScript lends structure and safety to your application and makes it easier to write correct, maintainable code in the fast-paced environment that is frontend development.
Is it worth using TypeScript?
Is TypeScript type safe?
Back to the question about safety, yes TypeScript ensure safety during writing the code. You define the contract, write transformations of the contract, and TS is checking correctness of the code with relation to contract annotations.
Why you should not use TypeScript?
Any network calls, system libraries, platform-specific APIs and non-typed third-party libraries have no way of communicating with TypeScript. As you get used to having your types checked and not having to fully understand the code and the platform, errors and bugs will manifest themselves.
Why it is called TypeScript?
Is TypeScript the future?
To sum it up, I think TypeScript will continue to grow in popularity for the foreseeable future. It provides great development experience, doesn’t have much competition, and enjoys high adoption rates among (especially new) open-source projects.