The JS types users should use to write their external APIs.
These are meant to separate the Dart and JS type hierarchies statically.
For now, the runtime semantics between backends may differ and may not be
intuitive e.g. casting to JSString may give you inconsistent and
surprising results depending on the value. It is preferred to always use the
conversion functions e.g.
toDart. The only runtime semantics
stability we can guarantee is if a value actually is the JS type you are
type-checking with/casting to e.g.
obj as JSString will continue to work
The overall top type in the JS types hierarchy.
/// The overall top type in the JS types hierarchy. typedef JSAny = js_types.JSAny;