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TypeScript includes the ES6. Yes, but my purpose is to distinguish TypeScript special type system from other features that already exist in ES6.
I see some great devs embrace the language with all they got, and some other greats like: Eric eliot sticking to ES6, and almost denying type-system advantages specially for js world
God, I'm sorry but I'm confused.
From the one hand you have ES6, it's
It's just an instrument which brings types into JS, the same goal could solve well-written jsdoc, but with TypeScript or Flow development experience is more convenient because of compile-time checks.
According to this logic ES6 and TypeScript are parallel stories, aren't they? Where am I wrong?