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Mitchell - I took your comments as dismissive and given that your avatar indicates you work for Sencha and you made no clear indication that these were personal comments they appeared to be from Sencha as a whole.
There wasn't clear indication? The quote you have for this comment starts by saying "I personally disagree...".
Everyone is entitled to their opinion regardless of what you read into things.
This forum is an Open Discussion. I can understand some reading too much into something so I tried to clarify. If you don't want to accept that then I'm sorry you are taking it out of context. It seems you want to win and we aren't going to get anywhere so I'm not going to reply to this anymore, we aren't getting anywhere due to our difference of opinions.
I do care who "wins", I am trying to get you to acknowledge the point that your original posts did not include any clarification that they were personal opinions, that taking them as representative of Sencha is entirely reasonable and that responding to customer queries/posts with dismissive one liners is not good for Sencha as a whole.
Many potential/existing customers will look at this forum and other vendor’s equivalents and base their future purchasing choices on the responses of the vendors employees.
In my opinion you’re doing a pretty good job of putting people off.
There's a lot of confusion on what Typescript is. To clear it up the are two points:
The part of typescript that ISN'T type-safety (classes, etc) is mostly ECMAScript 6. In a big way, Typescript = ECMAScript 6 (plus a compiler that turns it into ECMAScript 3). So why the hate?
The part of typescript that IS type-safety is pure awesome (for VS devs). It is true it is analogous to comments and such. It is more elegant, but that is besides the point. The point is there is a VS plugin that reads in this metadata and gives cool features like error checking, intellisense, and refactoring (interesting factoid: the plugin isn't a part of typescript itself). People want to use this plugin. It requires a .d.ts file to contain the metadata. So please provide this file.
I want to point out that ExtJS is the migration path for Silverlight and XAML devs looking for the features they've grown accustomed to. So is Typescript. This is why supporting it is a wise business decision for Sencha