Shoutem UI vs TypeScript: What are the differences?
What is Shoutem UI? Customizable set of components for React Native applications. Shoutem UI is a set of styleable components that enables you to build beautiful React Native applications for iOS and Android. All of our components are built to be both composable and customizable.
Shoutem UI can be classified as a tool in the "Cross-Platform Mobile Development" category, while TypeScript is grouped under "Templating Languages & Extensions".
Shoutem UI and TypeScript are both open source tools. It seems that TypeScript with 51.1K GitHub stars and 7.06K forks on GitHub has more adoption than Shoutem UI with 4.26K GitHub stars and 481 GitHub forks.
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Typescript has been a win because, in general, it makes codebase maintenance less brittle. It's significantly easier to refactor in TS than JS, which encourages incremental improvements, file re-organizing, etc. Our developers are happier with the overall development experience.
The downside is that TS sometimes exacerbates problems caused by Node's fragmented ecosystem. Sometimes @types/
If your project is big enough, I'd say TS is nearly always worth it, but it can make selecting libraries a pain.
Used for Node.js personal projects that I think will have a longer lifetime than others, or that are combined with a web front end component like Angular (to share types).
Generally a poor developer experience. Usage decreasing recently compared to other preferred programming languages/platforms.
TypeScript is used in Kuro (https://github.com/Marc3842h/kuro).
Excellent design-time type checking and the ability for the Typescript compiler to attach typing information to metadata at compile time allows for relatively simple type checking at run-time as well.