This article was written in collaboration with Joe Previte, an open source developer advocate on Facebook.
Where is it used?
Where can i learn more?
To learn more about Flow, visit the website. It has excellent documentation for developers who are just starting out and developers who want to use more advanced features. If you want to see Flow in action, you can try it out online at the Flow playground. If you have any questions, you can head over to Flow’s Discord, Twitter, or StackOverflow.
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About the ELI5 series
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