Flow differs from TypeScript because it enables the developer to check only portions of the code, and does not require the programmer to compile the program for inspection. It also functions in the background, and it can check standard primitive types such as numbers, strings, and Boolean values along with structured types such as functions, objects, and arrays.
Flow is initially available as a plug-in for both the Emacs and Vim code editors, but Facebook says versions for other editors may be issued later.
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