Setup Your Project for Flow When starting out with a new tool in your tool chain, it's important to see how it fits into your environment and workflow. Let's take a look at the tools that flow provides and figure out how to get Flow integrated into a project. Flow provides some simple, powerful tools that we're going to tryout together, so let's get ready for our first peek at Flowtype in a project.
Start Your Project with Flow Types If you start a fresh project today and want to use Flowtypes in it, what would that process look like? Well, let's go through that process together. We're going to take some time to catalog some of the powerful types that Flow provides for us, and we'll see how it changes the developer experience for us as we set things up.
Use Flow with Packages Of course, it's not always our own packages that we need typed information for. These days, many projects have large components of third-party dependencies that need to be integrated with. Can Flowtype help here? Let's see what tooling exists for this and how the community has decided to help us out. Perhaps we can contribute back ourselves. We're about to round out our understanding of the fundamentals of Flow.