Declare a “one of” prop with Flow for your React component
This is a little post to don’t forget about this.
The following use case can came across your work more than once:
Your collection of arguments is in areas where carving out a significant difference is of questionable importance. Tooling is comparable well done with nuclide… All the areas with significant differences are somehow left unmentioned: Like the type system for instance, compilation performance etc.
Ocaml is the preferred tool to write compilers in. It has dozens of neat features that give the team behind flowtype an edge. They do achieve more with fewer people and the code base stays smaller compared to the amount of features.
I’ve done my amount of projects in typescript: obesity in LOC due to the language’s clear…
Nice article. I’ve myself used typescript for a couple of projects. Here’s where Typescript definitely falls short compared to the competitor Flow.
Buying into Typescript basically cuts you off from simple and pain-free access to NPM modules. While Flow can check pure JS code by asserting types. Your 1st example will work in…