I was looking at a recently posted article, and can't believe it, but was thinking to myself, this would really be easier to understand if they were using TypeScript for the code examples. While I will often use bare JS myself, especially for quick and dirty usage or when I'm the only one touching it, I find the extra context for TS really helps when trying to conceptualize the use of systems from other developers, especially in blog articles. I've also found it incredibly useful in terms of writing libraries to the point where I'll often prefer a TS based library just for the extra hinting, even if not using it *IN* a TS project. What's your opinion on this? As someone who really used to hate Flux and TypeScript (especially early versions), I'm surprised by my own change in opinion on this.