Rahul Chhodde
Oct 26, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

Evaluating alternatives to TypeScript’s switch case

Rahul Chhodde I'm a software developer with over seven years of experience in different web technologies.

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2 Replies to "Evaluating alternatives to TypeScript’s switch case"

  1. I like this approach however I don’t think it is ideal for the example given since you can’t externalize your strings and would need to make a code change to add or change definitions. With switch/case externalizing strings is simple.

    More an issue with the example than the approach though.

  2. I don’t think your approach is incorrect but the example given should probably use externalized stringsto allow new definitions to be added without code changes.

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