Dynamic languages may seem to be error prone in some ways because they often don’t have something like a compile time check and so on.
Take the case of Node.js, it has a high level of abstraction (you don’t have to face the bare metal of your machine) and its simplicity and conciseness of syntax allow us to write a lot less code.
Verbose code like the one written in Java leaves not doubt about what the program intends to do yes, but it can be tiring to write or even to read; although many IDEs can help with their autocomplete.
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