docker deploy vs docker stack deploy

According to the docs they are two same commands:
docker stack deploy and docker deploy.

Is that the case or some information is hidden somewhere?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “docker deploy vs docker stack deploy”

    The commands are synonyms, they hit the same backend API. Docker is in the first steps of transitioning from from docker $verb commands to docker $noun $verb, so you’ll also see commands like docker images from before and docker image ls, or even docker ps and now docker container ps.

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