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Most editors have good TypeScript support now, especially VSCode which is a very popular editor for web developers now.
TypeScript looks familiar to developers that know C# or Java
Explicit typing allows you to define the data structures around which your application will develop.
TypeScript helps you to avoid type errors that may be hidden deep within an application.
Static typed languages can be maintained more easily as the code contains all necessary information about every variable at each point in time.
TypeScript makes refactoring much easier.
TypeScript improves the discoverability of (typed) library APIs.
Confusing for those with a background in untyped languages.
Using TypeScript you will lose a lot of the dynamic JS has to offer and thus development velocity is significantly slower.
Syntax familiarity with C# and Java may favor an inexact understanding of language and runtime semantics, fostering misuse and subtle bugs.
TypeScript has less adoption and is thus riskier for the business
TypeScript is non-standard (against ECMAScript).
Tooling is required.
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