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Tejasvi Shinde
Tejasvi Shinde

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Introduction to Storybook JS

I have recently come across a cool UI tool i.e Storybook.
Storybook is really efficient and helps in faster UI development.

Before jumping on anything lets get clear on

What is a storybook?

Storybook is an open-source tool for developing UI components in isolation for React, Vue, Angular, and more. It makes building stunning UIs organized and efficient.
You can develop entire UIs without needing to start up a complex dev stack, force certain data into your database, or navigate around your application

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With Storybook, you create stories for your components. Each story shows the behavior for a single component with specific states set.

Storybook helps you document components for reuse and automatically visually test your components to prevent bugs. Extend Storybook with an ecosystem of addons that help you do things like fine-tune responsive layouts or verify accessibility.

Storybook integrates with the most popular JavaScript UI frameworks and (experimentally) supports server-rendered component frameworks such as Ruby on Rails.

Learning

If you want to build a simple application in your framework with the storybook, LearnStorybook will help you!

Few more resources
Implementation with Angular
Implementation with React
Implementation with Vue

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