Every time.
Deveedutta Maharana

This is exactly why I don’t use TypeScript for anything other than writing libraries; the type checker does not know what the world looks like on the other side of the fence.

You might have told TypeScript that an API returns a string, but if it does not, you might spend hours figuring out what’s going wrong, never considering runtime type errors because you “stopped worrying and learned to trust the compiler”.

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