Citing its documentation, “Storybook is a UI development environment for your UI components. With it, you can visualize different states of your UI components and develop them interactively.”
More details here: https://storybook.js.org/
Yes! We use Storybook for the getsentry/sentry project. Storybook’s configuration can be found in https://github.com/getsentry/sentry/tree/master/.storybook.
To run Storybook locally, run
npm run storybook in the root of your
Sentry’s Storybook is built as a Travis job and deployed to a private Google Cloud Storage bucket. If your git branch has been tested by Travis, is also has had its Storybook uploaded.
You can find all uploaded branches here: http://storybook.getsentry.net/branches/
For convenience, you will be redirected to the master branch when visiting http://storybook.getsentry.net/
One thing to keep in mind: branch names are preprocessed before assets uploading
in order to get rid of slashes and other special characters. For example,
feature/hello#,123 will be deployed