Flow and TypeScript conservatively prevent about 15% of the bugs

To type or not to type: quantifying detectable bugs in JavaScript Gao et al., ICSE 2017 This is a terrific piece of work with immediate practical applications for many project teams. Is it worth th… Read more


TypeScript vs. Flow

TypeScript calls itself a JavaScript superset and compiler while Flow is a static type checker. TypeScript is developed by Microsoft and highly inspired by C# or Java type systems. What I find interesting is that TypeScript is actually written in TypeScri... (more…)

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Unit-tests / TDD with TypeScript

A couple of blog posts ago we’ve set up a basic build-line, in particular for TypeScript. In this post we’ll get our hands-on again and apply some automagic stuff for doing TDD and / or…...

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