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Students are instructed to create an object to represent a client project and implements an interface. An initialState object should also be created and implement a ProjectState interface.

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>> What I want you to do is I want you to create an object that represents a client project. And then add some appropriate properties to your new project. So typically for me, I would just default if I'm just stubbing something out to title and description. Create an interface that represents your project model and then create an array of project objects.

[00:00:31] Now, from here, this is where this gets important, is that I want you to create an interface to represent project state. And initial state object that implements the project state interface.