Table of Contents
- Navigating large codebases
- Refactoring the code
- Finding bugs and code quality
- Useful language features and patterns
Navigating large codebases
Developers read a lot of code every day. It becomes a challenge when a project is large and complex, which most enterprise projects are. With the help of type information, a source editor can provide useful information that makes understanding the relationships between the parts of code easier.
Refactoring the code
Refactoring is a routine that pays-off the technical debt and avoids clutter. Thanks to the static types offered by TypeScript, a developer can reliably make changes across the codebase. This is a lifesaver on large projects.
Finding bugs and code quality
Finding bugs becomes faster with compiler supported type checks. This helps in failing fast and failing at the compile-time. As a bonus, source editors provide more intelligent autocompletion that improves the quality of code.
Useful language features and patterns