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

We switched to Typescript to support the constant refactoring needed to support our Product Managers iterating on the same view for months, Agile iterations where nobody seems to be able to complete a library or compinent completely, and a large, distributed software library. It helped us. I love how I can direct good patterns and paradigms through interfaces without adding runtime-code to enforce patterns.

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