Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about documentation libraries, starting and maintaining projects, how to publish React components to NPM, and more!

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Show Notes

2:40 - Create React Library

6:55 - Documentation libraries

10:54 - What I’m building

13:13 - Linking library to projects

14:52 - Improvements and community thoughts

Links

Rollup

testing-library/react-testing-library

transitive-bullshit/create-react-library

leveluptuts/fresh

How To Make a React Component Library - Making A React Library

React Styleguidist

Storybook

Docz

DocSource

npm-link

Yarn

wesbos/dump

wesbos/Waait

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