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Definitely prefer things designed with typescript in mind. Tends to be better software, less bolted on.
vigidis190819dEveryone says the same thing when switching tech... I recently had to switch to Angular from React and I hated it... Now that I got used to its quirks it's ok... Same shit different framework
devJs80419dReact + TS is also smooth if you know what you are doing.
After year of experience of AngularJS I switched to react, invested some time to learn and to pick up some good practices, easy peasy.
After having a lot of experience with react i tried to made something with vue.
It was so freaking easy it felt like cheating.
TonyLeTigre2019dYeaaaah I know it must be great and smooth once you know what you're doing but I just needed to vent hahaha
I think we'll be seeing a trend towards less 'heavy' frameworks. I recently started using Svelte, its like react but tiny file sizes. i used to be a react fanboy but honestly svelte is just too amazing
fuwn2319dthinking about giving react + typescript a go soon, hopefully it's smooth as people make it out to be.