But how? Let’s dive in.
What is TypeScript?
To begin, the primary goal of TypeScript is to make the code understandable for the interpreter. It achieves this by verifying that the code is error-free before runtime.
Type inference and type-checking are two TypeScript features that can help with error detection and overall code quality enhancement. Because TypeScript supports static typing and eliminates run-time errors, the code is more logically structured and operates more efficiently. The easier the code is to maintain, and the more error-free the code is before runtime, the better the performance.
Although TypeScript has a slight speed advantage when executing code, it takes quite a bit more time to write. At least, it does initially.
When you write TypeScript code, you need [or should] declare each type you use. Doing so results in a lot more code being written by the end of your project.
However, you know what they say, “you write your code once, you maintain it for a lifetime”.
As always good luck, and happy coding!