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re: TypeScript: type vs interface VIEW POST

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From TS docs:

“As we mentioned, type aliases can act sort of like interfaces; however, there are some subtle differences.

One difference is that interfaces create a new name that is used everywhere. Type aliases don’t create a new name — for instance, error messages won’t use the alias name. In the code below, hovering over interfaced in an editor will show that it returns an Interface, but will show that aliased returns object literal type.“

This is why we prefer interfaces. It makes everything more readable.

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