Making TypeScript Truly "Strongly Typed"by@nodge
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Making TypeScript Truly "Strongly Typed"

September 10th 2023
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TypeScript provides the "Any" type for situations where the shape of data is not known in advance. However, excessive use of this type can lead to problems with type safety, code quality, and developer experience. This article explores the risks associated with the "Any" type, identifies potential sources of its inclusion in a codebase, and provides strategies for controlling its use throughout a project.

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