TypeScript Is Now the Number One Programing Language among Developers

TypeScript is now the number one programing language among developers as JavaScript is no longer the most used programing language for developers.

TypeScript Is Now the Number One Programing Language among Developers

TypeScript Is Now the Number One Programing Language among Developers

A new report coming in now has just revealed that JavaScript is no longer the top in the industry when it comes to the most popular programming languages in the world.

CircleCI’s 2022 State of Software Delivery report has now found out that TypeScript now has overtaken JavaScript as the new number one toppling one of the biggest names in the developer’s industry. The company added that the change is very much likely to the developer-friendly features it possesses such as allowing them to get smaller errors locally and also to commit working code regularly in contrast with JavaScript.

The Top Programming Languages in the World

Only the python programing language remained consistent in its popularity from 2019 to 2021 as per the report which placed the language in fourth place. Other languages to be in the top ten spots include HTML, Java, and PHP.

And if you are going further into the list you will find that HashiCorp (HCL) has broken into the top ten list coming in at a good ninth place, leading the platform for both HTML and Swift thus trailing one and two places behind.

“Elite software delivery teams are adopting developer-friendly tools and practices that allow them to automate, scale, and successfully embrace change when necessary,” VP of Platform of CircleCI, Michael Stahnke cited. “High performers are gravitating toward tools that encourage collaboration, repeatability, and productivity.”

The Analysis of CircleCI Also Branched into Other Areas of the Workflow of Programmers

The analysis also branched into other areas of the workflow of programmers also thus uncovering four important benchmarks that help define some of the most successful engineering teams. And they include workflow durations that are average between five and ten minutes, recoveries made from failed runs that are fixed or reverted within just one hour, at least 90% success rate for the default branch of their application, and lastly, regular deployment as per business requirements at a minimum of one in a day.


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