node_modules: ♻☢ Location where
npmwill download your node dependencies.
package-lock.json: ⚓ Files used by the
npmbuild process. You may customize
package.json, for example, to add dependencies you want to use in your lambdas.
.prettierrc.js: ⚓ Configures the formatter that's used to format Typescript files
catalog.db: ♻ File holding temporary data about the entities described by your
flowctl-develop/: ♻ Working directory that's used by the runtime when you run
flowctl develop. This is also where data is written during local development.
flow_generateddirectory, which contains the TypeScript class and interface definitions on which your transformation depends. The contents of this directory should not be modified manually. Every time you run a
flowctl develop|check|applycommand, Flow may update the code here.
foo.flow.ts. These implementation stubs are only generated if they do not already exist.
flowctlwill never modify or remove an existing TypeScript file outside of the