Arguments

by Antonio Carrasco Valero published 2018/06/05 04:40:00 GMT+2, last modified 2018-06-10T05:47:53+02:00
Comments and observations referenced from actual cases (see sibling site contents) in support, as cons/pros and general argumentation on choices made.

TypeScript over Browsers: just for one-step-at-a-time processes

by Antonio Carrasco Valero — last modified Jun 10, 2018 05:57 AM
TypeScript has to be strongly transpiled and polyfilled to run on Browsers. Long strides in code refactoring may easily result in build constructs which refuse to load. Because debugging of such failed build constructs is nighmarish, strong refactorings can not be safely performed in one shot, but are better applied one-step-at-a-time, often requiring to "mock-up" implementations-to-be, such that each individual step introduces just a few changes.

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