Callback Flows in Android

Kotlin Flows are amazing. Not only do they provide a non-blocking asynchronous way to deal with sequences of values, but they provide a clean and powerful API for dealing with event driven programming. Flows are easy to clean up to prevent leaks.

Starting Flow in 2020

It’s 2020 and you do a search for “state of flow in 2020”. You’ll find some blogs from Flow, maybe some blogs comparing Flow with TypeScript, some unrelated stuff with the keyword “flow” and maybe this blog. Really not that much. But 2020 was the year I started using Flow and at this point I would never consider going back to vanilla JavaScript.

Breathing Life in to Power Apps with the Unsplash API

The disappointment of just how bland your “SharePoint List with buttons” looks at the end of it is enough to make anyone reach for that lockdown gin and tonic. How to use REST APIs in Microsoft Power Automate (AKA Flow) to add random, but oh so beautiful, images to your SharePoint List

Introduction to Hegel

Learn how to implement and use Hegel. Hegel incorporates many of TypeScript and Flow’s design principles. We’ll show how Hegel is different from both TypeScript and Flow and walk you through how to get started with Hegel in your next project.

Going deep on Flows & Channels — Part 2: Flows

Spanish version Going deep on Flows & Channels — Part 2: Flows

Typing in JavaScript — Flow vs. TypeScript

Typing in JavaScript — Flow vs. TypeScript. There are two typed extensions of JavaScript, Microsoft’s TypeScript and Facebook’s Flow. We’ll look at and compare these type checkers in this post

TypeScript vs. Flow: Type Checking Front End JavaScript

TypeScript VS Flow: Syntax, IDE support, framework support, and roadmaps.

Show download progress in RecyclerView with Ktor-Client and Flow data streams.

The first thing to think about is: “How Can I get the progress of a downloading file with Ktor-client?”. Simply like that:

TypeScript VS Flow: Type Checking Front End JavaScript

TypeScript VS Flow: Syntax, IDE support, framework support, and roadmaps.

TypeScript vs. Flow - What is the Difference?

JavaScript is a dynamically typed language. There are two typed extensions of JavaScript, Microsoft’s TypeScript and Facebook’s Flow. In this article, we’ll look at and compare the features of each of these. Differences between Flowtype and TypeScript