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AVA comes bundled with a Flow definition file. This allows developers to leverage Flow for writing tests.

This guide assumes you've already set up Flow for your project. Note that AVA's definition as been tested with version 0.89.0.
This guide assumes you've already set up Flow for your project. Note that AVA's definition as been tested with version 0.91.0.

We recommend you use AVA's built-in Babel pipeline to strip Flow type annotations and declarations. AVA automatically applies your project's Babel configuration, so everything may just work without changes. Alternatively install [`@babel/plugin-transform-flow-strip-types`](https://www.npmjs.com/package/@babel/plugin-transform-flow-strip-types) and customize AVA's configuration in the `package.json` file (or the `ava.config.js` file) as follows.

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AVA comes bundled with a TypeScript definition file. This allows developers to leverage TypeScript for writing tests.

This guide assumes you've already set up TypeScript for your project. Note that AVA's definition has been tested with version 3.2.2.
This guide assumes you've already set up TypeScript for your project. Note that AVA's definition has been tested with version 3.2.4.

## Configuring AVA to compile TypeScript files on the fly

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