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Since then, it never looked back and has become a household name for every frontend developer. It is a high-level, dynamically typed, multiparadigm language, and one of the core technologies behind World Wide Web and web browser development. Today, there is a pool of JS-based frameworks available in the market to develop frontend and even the backend of web applications.
The language is mostly used for enhancing the interactivity of web applications and creating dynamic web pages. Meanwhile, it’s also been prominently used in desktop applications, mobile apps, and even in AI-based application development.
Deciding which one is better depends on many factors. Let’s have a closer look to know which one comes in handy for the frontend development of applications.
Comparing the performance of both the languages seem a bit misnomer as both of them have similar performances. The only difference that could be seen in performance is the way the code is written in both languages.
TypeScript is not so lightweight and partially cross-platform language, so implementing it for small-scale applications is pointless. It has an intuitive ecosystem used for large projects with complex workflows where a great amount of coding is required. Static typing and OOP make the TS code clear and well documented.