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Apr 12, 2023 ⋅ 9 min read

NestJS interceptors: Guide and use cases

Taofiq Aiyelabegan Taofiq is a technical writer and software engineer working on building mobile and web applications. Additionally, he likes to contribute to open source projects and exploring new topics.

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One Reply to "NestJS interceptors: Guide and use cases"

  1. Hi,
    Thank you for posting!
    I like your examples for using interceptors but for example in the auth example, you could use a Guard. How do you know when to use an interceptor and when to use a Guard?
    Same thing about Exceptions : how do you know when to use an Interceptor and when to use an Exception Filter?

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