You Might Not Need TypeScript (or Static Types)
Eric Elliott

While I disagree with your conclusion, I think it is still a reasonable conclusion to have. That said, the examples you give for “What about autocomplete?” and “What about identifier name typos?” are both simplistic. Once you get away from built-in objects or local variables, autocomplete doesn’t work as well. If you have typos in data embedded elsewhere in your scope chain ( in place of, eslint isn’t going to spot that problem.

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