By just looking at their working applications you will find both are fairly developed for the same purposes. However, I have seen many new programmers don’t understand this by just a simple explanation.
But, believe me, this blog post is different, we have tried to make it simple as it could be. Even if you have zero knowledge, you will likely learn something new.
Many traditional explanations on google I’ve been through which speak to the point. No one dares to fully explain it…
Speaking truly, this is what forced me to write this blog post…
Because I know that Only exploring differences would not entertain you as much as if we get through a detailed comparison. In such a way, after reading you will not only carry out the differences but also you will be able to end up with a mindset, to select one either TypeScript or JS.
So, without further delaying…
Let’s get started by enlightening the common differences.
The following differences are a one-way explanation, simply this is based on only TypeScript’s overwhelming capabilities.
- These two work for the same purposes, “making webpages alive”
These are very common differences that maybe you already know but we have not over yet.
what..! didn’t you?
No way, you might don’t have enough knowledge to pick up on it, so let’s figure this out first.
Here is an example especially for you.
Let us give you an example of each one…
- HTML; It provides structure, text, layouts, headings, images, etc… all the content you see is due to HTML
- CSS; It converts the HTML Dumb structure into a beautiful-looking page, simply it adds colors, borders, shapes, etc…
- JS vs TS: Here they come into play, they add functionality to a webpage making a webpage alive, such as a pop-up appearing when a user clicks on a specific button, adding live counters, showing a warning when something goes wrong, and so on… The limit of its uses is the sky…
I expect now you have a very clear idea of their practices…
Let’s get back to the point…
What is TypeScript? (introduction)
This might leave you shocked… You are probably also wondering why it is not popular even so it has more functionalities…
The only reason why it has not gained much reputation is only because of our human nature, we don’t accept change readily.
However, it would be exciting for you to know why did TypeScript introduce then,?
Again, Let’s dive into this discussion…
It basically gets around on one feature, which is OOP (Object Oriented programming).
Try to put your little focus on the following paragraph to fully understand OOP.
Basically, the object-oriented program is a module that lowers the complexity of coding, it works for objects rather than functions.
I believe you need an example of this, right?
So, Here is one,
Technically, it is not ideal to define a function many times. That’s why it confounded developers and they introduced the term OOP.,
What it does is to allow us to define an object, its properties, its functions at once. So, whenever we need the Function’s properties we can call it, in this way coding becomes much easier and less complex…
However, OOP contains some sub-features in it. Which I don’t think is necessary to wrap up in this context.
So long as you are interested in reading, I would like to explain something that may go off beyond the topic. First Let’s have a close look at their reputation… Who will be the best choice to learn in 2021?
So here is our recommendation for new programmers.
Well, even “Moon has blackheads” so it is must that TypeScript may have something that restricts programmers to adopt it blindly, and it could make sense too.
Without delay let’s get to it;
Pros and Cons of choosing TypeScript
We have come this far, by the way, Congrats to you.
Achieving this would let us talk regarding their performances first…
However, as we said this, it is not a one-way explanation. So, we have to include something from outside yet important modules.
React is a lightweight library. Unlike angular it does not contain many features itself, its size is around 150KB, that’s why it is also known as a speedy framework, thus to add functionality we need to use third-party resources.
Here is our all-rounder framework VueJS, which treats both equally, it is neither a library nor a fully-packed resource framework. It is actually in between… which is why we called it an all-rounder.
With that, it seems we are done with frameworks, now to refresh your mind, you probably need a short conclusion on frameworks.
Words for absolute beginners
I hope you might have understood which framework performs better.
But, we strongly recommend beginners not to deal with this topic yet.
Indeed, all these frameworks are best, in fact, there is no concept of best and worst.
Moreover, the frameworks are being used in giant websites such as Airbnb, Alibaba, Walmart, Amazon, even Facebook itself use react js…
If you are still conscious about who developed these frameworks? Here is a brief introduction…
|It was developed by Google back in 2010.||It is developed by Facebook and Facebook also use this frame too, released in 2013||This framework was introduced by an unknown programmer community released in 2013.|
Finally, we have almost fetched up all the required information to entice you enough to know why you should learn JS or TS in 2021.
Let’s move on to know that too…
to assist you completely, kindly head-on the following paragraph.
Look at the names, you will surely be amazed…
Google, Facebook, Youtube, eBay, Amazon, eBay, QQ, etc…
The list keeps going, but by looking at companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon, you can assume the demand for this language in 2021.
Frameworks also play a big role. But for what purposes?
It is a matter of fact, when we see any website there are different features which they are caring about…
The primary reason for why they don’t all have one framework is because often we want a light feature, that simply means could be achieved by reactJS.
This is what the majority of programmers recommend, but you should read this.
remember; it actually does not make sense whichever framework you use, as long as you cover things up adequately, as per requirements given by any client…
Why learn TypeScript?
Thus most developers are still trying to find out the truth behind why it is still not getting popular.
I have a valid opinion too.
Bearing the fact the TypeScript has enormous functions that make it bigger in file size…
Of course not a big deal though…
It is absolute here, no one wants to experience this. Herewith TypeScript loses its value.
If we talk about its jobs…
Final Verdict- Author’s remarks
Tons of features, syntax, modules, plugins, frameworks are attachable to these scripting languages. That empowers them like that no one dares to imagine the limits of usages…
But to be formal with you, I have written down all of their pros and cons which speak to their performance and popularity.
Furthermore, you have to push yourself into the programming world, we are only here to help you out in cases where you might need a 3rd person perspective.
In the end, we would like you to have a look at our other guide; which one is better Flask vs Django?