What Is TypeScript?
Who Is Using TypeScript?
TypeScript is used by web developers who need a more scalable language for large-scale projects. Companies like Microsoft, Accenture, Slack, AMD, and more currently use TypeScript for many of their projects.
What Are the Advantages of TypeScript?
What Are the Disadvantages of TypeScript?
The decision to choose one or the other language depends on your use case and the unique cost-benefit analysis of your business. Neither language is inherently better on all counts. They’re better suited to different development scenarios.
If you require a specific framework not supported by TypeScript or if your developers are already using test-driven development, the costs of moving to TypeScript will not outweigh the benefits gained.
In one word—no.
As a Trio partner, you don’t incur expensive hiring costs and still get highly-trained and driven developers for your project.
Plus, you don’t even need to handle HR functions like payroll, benefits, and compliance. Trio takes care of the entire process, end-to-end.
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