Calling ReasonML from TypeScript (or Flow), the easy way

Calling ReasonML from TypeScript (or Flow), the easy way

Integrating ReasonML to an existing TypeScript/Flow codebase may sound difficult… but it’s actually easier than you think!

A bit of context

I’ve recently started to work on a component library that implements some design system specifications. It will make it easier to create more complex user interfaces and website features, maintaining consistency between pages look & feel, user experience, and brand style in general on a product that I’m working on.

We’ve opted for building it using React, styled-components, and TypeScript so that every component will be easier to abstract, develop and test. We also want to handle multiple UI themes (dark/light), and why not, maybe support other themes in the future, and styled-components have an awesome built-in theme provider that does that exact job.

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