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Caelin Sutch
Jul 6, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Build a React Native component library with Storybook

Caelin Sutch Caelin is a passionate product developer, entrepreneur, and visual story teller focused on human-centric design and building beautiful products.

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2 Replies to "Build a React Native component library with Storybook"

  1. Good instructions, but a very old version of Storybook (5.3) is used. The current version is >v6.3 :/

  2. Hey great article! I’ve just released a new alpha of 6.0 react native storybook. Get in touch with me please if you’d like to try it out and give your feedback :). In the new alpha CSF, Controls and Args are all implemented.

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