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Storybook is the most popular tool for developing UI components. The open source project has grown to over 450 contributors, 26k GitHub stars, and 1M npm downloads/month. It’s now used by teams at Dropbox, Slack, Airbnb, Squarespace and many more. Furthermore, we just announced that Storybook has full-time maintenance.
Why should you consider Storybook?
Storybook helps you develop components in isolation. This is handy because it enables you to mock hard-to-reach states and edge cases while developing the component. In practice, you end up building durable components much faster.
What view layers does Storybook support?
React, React Native, Vue, Angular, Polymer, Mithril, Marko, raw HTML, and more soon.
How do you try Storybook?
Install it here
What’s a good way to learn Storybook?
The Storybook Tutorial is a great start.