In our previous materials, we compared the most popular JS frameworks. Now’s the time to give some useful hints for one from that ‘the big three’ (React, Vue, and Angular). Today we’re going to share the information on setting up and basic usage of Storybook for Angular.
What’s Storybook? Storybook is a tool that allows you to test an app’s components in isolation and in a flat hierarchy. A storybook is a series of stories that display our components with specified inputs and outputs in a nice browser view. In other words, it is the UI development environment.
Storybook has been getting really popular for React projects, and support for Angular and Vue projects was added with v3.3.0 so we can now just as easily use it for creating stories for Angular components.
In this article, you will find all setting up stages and basic usage of Storybook for Angular!