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Jim Bolla 21 Aug 19
I see plenty of mentions of TypeScript in my Twitter feed, but practically nothing about Flow. Is Flow still happening or has JS community picked a winner?
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Erik Rasmussen 👨🏻‍💻🇺🇸🇪🇸 21 Aug 19
Maybe v1.0 will come after v0.1024.0? When (suspended from Twitter) jumped ship, I knew which way the winds of fate were blowing. I followed him into the Flow community, but in the end we were wrong. OSS has seriously neglected .
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ᴡᴇɪ ✐ 21 Aug 19
Replying to @erikras @acemarke and 4 others
Flow team itself respects those who adapts to TS (see bottom highlight of this article) The project is in good hand, though, recently doing very well in performance and the new object spread model looking very delicious :)
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Bogdan Chadkin 21 Aug 19
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Mark Erikson 21 Aug 19
Yes, but the question is, how many people actually care or will use those changes at this point? (Note that I'm not hating on Flow. I'm simply observing that its use seems to be basically limited to FB + a few holdouts at this point.)
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ᴡᴇɪ ✐ 21 Aug 19
Replying to @acemarke @jimbolla
agree that the Flow's community isn't really active, but the project itself is still very well maintained
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