TypeScript and ES6, I believe that everyone will have some understanding of it, what is the difference between them, probably outlined a few points.
What is TypeScript?
What is ES6?
ECMAScript is a scripting language standardized by Ecma International (formerly known as European Computer Manufacturers Association, ECMA-262) through ECMA-262.
The difference between TypeScript and ES6
- TypeScript is a free open source programming language, developed and maintained by Microsoft. ES6 is a version of ECMAScript (ES), which is the ECMA international standardized scripting language specification.
- TypeScript supports all primitive data types, ES6 does not support.
- variable scope.
- TypeScript has 3 scopes: global scope, class scope, local scope.
- ES6 has 2 scopes: global scope, local scope.
- In TypeScript, there are two types of modules internal and external modules, in ES6, modules are divided into import modules and export modules.
- ES6 mainly tends to be built in the need for tools or small projects. If we need a robust testing workflow, we need to keep one thing in mind, then we must use ES6.