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Using any of them, you're going to write your code and then pass it through a set of steps to execute it in the browser using a tool to automate the process. The biggest difference in development experience (in my opinion) is that the compile-to-JS languages tend to offer better help at the compile stage - though TypeScript is pretty great here too, I prefer both the Reason and Elm compilers for error messages and fast performance.
The specific language is a matter of taste.