TypeScript and Deno
- Widespread popularity and adoptfion of TypeScript among developers
- Inclusion of types, which enables Zipper to offer context-aware suggestions and early error detection within its IDE
In contrast to Node.js, Deno doesn't depend on a separate package manager. Instead, Deno lets you directly import modules either from URLs or local files.
Deno supports TypeScript out-of-the-box, which means you don't need to transpile your code outside of the runtime environment.
Deno's standard libarary is intentionally more minimalistic and aims to follow modern web standards. This encourages the use of web APIs and reduces platform-specific code.