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React 16 Tooling by Adam Boduch

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Building static Storybook apps

If you're building component library that you either want to distribute as an open source project or as something that's shared with various teams within your organization, you can use Storybook as the tool that documents how to work with your components. That said, you might not want to have a Storybook server running or you might just want to host the Storybook documentation.

In either scenario, you need a static build of the stories that you've written for your component library. Storybook provides you with this utility when you run the getstorybook command.

Let's continue with the example from the preceding section where you used Storybook to document the usage scenarios of your two components. To build ...

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