Is TypeScript inevitable future of webdev or will it die out some day?

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  • proposal-type-annotations

    ECMAScript proposal for type syntax that is erased - Stage 1

    Given that there is a proposal for adding static typing to JavaScript, based off the State of JS survey, and the fact that Deno has been released with first-class TypeScript support, I'd say it's not going anywhere soon.

  • deno

    A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

    Given that there is a proposal for adding static typing to JavaScript, based off the State of JS survey, and the fact that Deno has been released with first-class TypeScript support, I'd say it's not going anywhere soon.

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  • proposal-private-fields

    A Private Fields Proposal for ECMAScript

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