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React Using with Flow


Using Flow to check prop types of stateless functional components

type Props = {
 posts: Array<Article>,
 dispatch: Function,
 children: ReactElement
}
const AppContainer =
 ({ posts, dispatch, children }: Props) => (
 <div className="main-app">
 <Header {...{ posts, dispatch }} />
 {children}
 </div>
 )


Using Flow to check prop types
import React, { Component } from 'react';
type Props = {
 posts: Array<Article>,
 dispatch: Function,
 children: ReactElement
}
class Posts extends Component {
 props: Props;
 render () {
 // rest of the code goes here
 }
}


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