Posts Tagged: coffeescript


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Dec 11

A Case For Using CoffeeScript

If you’re interested in CoffeeScript, then I’m sure by now you have read Ryan Florence’s blog post titled “A Case Against Using CoffeeScript”. In this post, Ryan explains that he uses CoffeeScript at work, and he likes the language, but in his opinion it is too difficult to comprehend and too difficult to debug. My response to this, in the immortal words of Dwight Schrute, “false!”

Before we get started, let me just say that this article is more about disagreeing with some of the statements made in Ryan’s post, its purpose is not to “sell” you on CoffeeScript, but merely point out that CoffeeScript is not something to be scared of. If you want somewhere to show you how awesome CoffeeScript is, I would recommend checking out the official CoffeeScript site and CoffeeScript is for Closers by Brandon Satrom.

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