Elijah Asaolu
Mar 1, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

Building a Next.js app using Tailwind and Storybook

Elijah Asaolu I am a programmer, I have a life.

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4 Replies to "Building a Next.js app using Tailwind and Storybook"

  1. Hi Elijah!

    My name is Valentin and I am one of the Storybook maintainers! 🖖

    I‘ve just read your article and it is amazing! Thank you so much for wrapping up, how to use Storybook with Next.js and Tailwind in Storybook 6.5!

    Did you know that the Storybook v7.0 release is around the corner? Check out the beta right now! It has improved the support for Next.js tremendously by even supporting Next.js components like ‘next/image‘ or local and Google fonts from ‘next/font’!

    If you want to write another article for Storybook 7 or you even want to update this one, I would be happy to help. Reach out if you want on the Storybook Discord Channel!

  2. Thanks !! I was struggling to install storybook in my next js + Tailwind app and this article really helped me to achieve it !

    Great work 🙂

  3. When trying to update the ‘.stories/preview.js’ file, I am getting an error on the tag and all tailwind css are not applied in the storybook
    Any help?

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