That section doesn't touch on "To paraphrase: we have a powerful compiler, let it do work for you, you can't get that from <insert latest JS lib here>." It talks about the fact the mere presence of a class in the compile classpath changes the output, and the difficulty of tracking dependencies: add an "implements X" to a class and a totally different part of the application could "need" to be recompiled (re-generated), just because it references "X" (but not the class that was changed). This is not about *whether* to use the compiler but rather how to use it efficiently.
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