Components are the building blocks of your website. They should be efficiently reusable to improve development speed and consistency.
To streamline your web design process and create visually appealing user interfaces, it’s essential to have a robust component library in place.
Storybook: Storybook is a tool for developing and documenting UI components. It provides an interactive environment where you can build, view, and test individual components in isolation. Storybook is widely used in the industry to create and maintain component libraries.
Anima: It is a design-to-code platform that allows designers to convert their design files directly into responsive code. It helps bridge the gap between design and development, making it easier to create web interfaces that match the original design.
- Table Of Contents
- Storybook and Anima
- Component library in React App
- Install and set up the storybook
- Setting up Anima
- Add component in the storybook
- Directory structure
- Example of Button component from anima
- Customise component
- Run storybook
- How to use these components?
In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the process of building a component library with Anima and Storybook. In just a few steps, without code, you will have a ready-to-use component library for your website.
It helps bridge the gap between design and development, making it easier to create web interfaces that match the original design.
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