- The Onux JS++ compiler unifies types into a single type known as the unified external type.
- Poon doesn’t believe the closed-source nature of JS++ will scare off developers.
- Type correctness does not guarantee program correctness.”
- Poon said most developers are either using ES3 or ES5.
- By providing a sound type system, declared types (such as a string) will never be incorrect, enabling development of more-reliable applications, said Roger Poon, CEO at Onux and the creator of JS++.
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With its patent-pending technology, JS++ focuses on compile-time type-checking but is not open source