|Weight||It’s a lightweight coding language that uses few system resources.||It’s a coding language that’s designed primarily for light applications.|
|Frontend/Backend||It can be used at both the backend and frontend side of an application.||It’s only suitable for the front end.|
|Extension||.tsx and .ts||.JS|
|Interface||Its interface allows for interconnection with multiple applications. Its code needs to be compiled, and it allows for better code exploration.||It does not have an interface for connecting with other applications. It does not need to be compiled.|
|Syntax||Typescript programs consist of Variables, Comments, Modules, Functions, Statements & Expressions.||Statements here must be written in a Script tag before it works.|
|Time||Requires ample time to compile||Code is executed immediately.|
Now that you know the differences between both languages, you’ll likely have a preference already.