Official Website for TypeScript
I ported my first nontrivial JS lib to @typescriptlang and it was a pure joy. What a lovely piece of technology.
— Dave Herman (@littlecalculist) April 27, 2017
— Gabriela Mendes (@Kappyh) January 20, 2017
— Thiago Script 🏢 (@thiagoviski) April 26, 2017
— Michel Weststrate (@mweststrate) May 9, 2017
— Tatu Tamminen (@_Tx3) April 28, 2017
typescript has some really great, useful error messages that give you feedback on allowed types, etc. @davidpine7
— Carly Ho 🌈 (@carlymho) April 29, 2017
Typescript + Intellisense is a game changer. I don't want to work without them ever again. Projects are easier to pick up, have less errors https://t.co/YqUGdSgUiY
— Micah Godbolt (@micahgodbolt) April 26, 2017
Why TypeScript Is Growing More Popular https://t.co/WqYMzzXjDP
— Tung Nguyen (@v2r_red) May 2, 2017
But seriously, in every project I've converted, TypeScript has found bugs. And rationalizing the types leads to much clearer code.
— Tom Dale (@tomdale) March 17, 2017
.@typescriptlang is like having a extra colleague noticing dumb mistakes and doing grunt work. If you’ve not tried it yet, get in there!
— Tim Ruffles (@timruffles) May 3, 2017
— Remo H. Jansen 🇮🇪 (@RemoHJansen) March 21, 2017
It’s truly incredible how far @typescriptlang has come in the last 9-12 months! Unhappy with 1.8? Take another look – 2.x is another level 🚀
— James Henry (@MrJamesHenry) April 21, 2017