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Sebastian Weber
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Dec 22, 2021 ⋅ 13 min read

Next-level component showcasing with Storybook controls

Sebastian Weber Fell in love with CSS and JS over 20 years ago.

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3 Replies to "Next-level component showcasing with Storybook controls"

  1. In Select box example section at the bottom the JSON control example seems to not work. I’ve been looking for some time to display a simpler UX for the JSON control. Would you please help me ?
    Giving an array to the ‘todo’ in args doesn’t change the UX for me. I’ve set the control to object…

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