SN TypeScript Babel
1. TypeScript is an open-source pure object-oriented programing language. It is a strongly typed superset of JavaScript which compiles to plain JavaScript. Babel is a free and open-source JavaScript transpiler. It is mainly used to convert ES6 (ECMAScript 2015) or above version code into a backward compatible version (ES5) of JavaScript that can run on any browser.
2. It is a programming language. It is a tool (transpiler).
3. TypeScript provides type checking of data types. Babel does not care about types.
4. TypeScript compiles an entire project at once. Babel compiles only one file at a time.
5. Typescript enables developers to use excellent typing capabilities. It is suitable for a large application. Babel is suitable for developers who want to write plain JavaScript code using the latest language features.
6. TypeScript is additional add-ons to JS, which allow for strong typing. Babel is a transpiler (tool) that takes newer JS syntax features as input and returns older/more reliable syntax as output.
7. It is developed and maintained by Microsoft. It is closely linked to ECMA Technical Committee 39 (TC39).
8. TypeScript compiles decorators directly. Babel does not compile decorators directly. It has a legacy mode to compile the decorators with the old version.