The Coding Studio Inc. Tips
The TypeScript community has long debated the use of types and interfaces. Developers often wrestle with the decision of when to use one over the other. In this blog post, we'll explore the advantages and drawbacks of both, helping you make an informed choice that aligns with your coding style and project needs. Phase One: Interfaces Are the Bomb In the early days, interfaces were the favored option. The TypeScript Performance Wiki even claimed that interfaces were faster than types. It was believed that interfaces could boost the speed of the TypeScript type checker, making them ideal for performance-critical projects. However, interfaces had their limitations, primarily being designed for objects and functions.