Apart from the reasons listed above, Typescript is also gaining popularity at a massive rate. As of June 2021, according to the rankings, this programming language has managed to maintain its position in the top 10, outranking Ruby, C and Swift. Some are not happy about these rankings, and they are not alone; an opinion was voiced that said Typescript and JS are basically the same language and they should be “combined”. However, even though the similarities are undeniable, we believe that Typescript has the potential to hold its own, and in 2022, we may see it in the top 3.
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