What is Scala.js?
It is a safer way to build robust front-end web applications. With it, typos and type-errors are immediately caught and shown to you in your editor, without even needing to compile your code. Refactor any field or method with ease, with the confidence that if you mess it up the editor will tell you immediately
Scala.js is an open source tool with 4.4K GitHub stars and 380 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Scala.js's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Scala.js?
6 companies reportedly use Scala.js in their tech stacks, including 47 Degrees, edc4it, and Seventh Sense.
37 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Scala.js.
- Strong typing
Scala.js Alternatives & Comparisons
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