- The unabridged story of how a small style guide that was first introduced under the radar, became so appreciated by both developers and designers that it made its way to become a complex project of unification – a design system called Cosmos.
- ## This talk has been presented at Konect Design System meetup in London ##
The unabridged story of how a small style guide that was first introduced under the radar, became so appreciated by both developers and designers that it made its way to become a complex project of unification – a design system called Cosmos.
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- As you read through these guides, you can get an idea for how code is written at the respective companies.Why do we need styleÂ guides?For one main reason: Everyone writes code differently.
- Thatâs all fine and dandy as long as we each work on our code.
- But what happens when you have 10, 100, or even 1,000 developers all working on the same codebase?
- Style guides are created so new developers can get up to speed on a code base quickly, and then write code that other developers can understand quickly and easily!
- We strongly believe the problems Storybook solves are not unique to any single platform.Of course, weâre also going to be improving the features and performance of Storybook, and create new ways for you to extend Storybook and customise it for your use-case.
- Finally: weâre really seeing the community getting involved with Storybook, we get pull requests making Storybook better in all sorts of ways we didnât expect.
- So who knows what will be included in the next release?Has rebranding from React Storybook changed its culture or direction?The culture certainly changedââânow the community itself is driving Storybook forward.
- If anything, Iâd say our focus on helping the community co-maintain Storybook has had a major impact.Do your company clients adapt React style guides to their workflow?Yes in fact, most of them do.What do you think is the future of web and mobile development?Who knows?
- Iâm super excited about native support for ES modules in the modern browsers and Node.js!What are your favorite components, libraries, or community projects?Babel, Webpack, React, Glamorous, Yarn, Express, ESlint, Prettier, Jest, GraphQL.Iâm also a huge fan of community-driven meetups.Pick one and tell us why: Redux or MobX?It depends.
Today, we’re opening our new series of interviews for React Day Berlin. Since Norbert de Langen is going to speak about building Storybook in Berlin in December, we decided to ask him a couple of…
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- React Alicante 2017This weekend I have been in Spain to attend React Alicante.
- It’s the first edition of this conference focused in React and React Native.Glenn Reyes on stage talking about code splitting to improve the performance of our React apps.The conference was 3-day long, one day with workshops introducing React and React Native, and 2 days for talks in a single track.It’s the…
- It was truly international, with all talks delivered in English (something unusual in Spain) and 250 attendees from 25+ countries.The most impressive is that it was arranged by 2 Spanish expats who form the company Limenius, based in Munich.
- They managed to prove that it’s possible to arrange a good conference in a well-communicated location like Alicante, with good weather and interesting attractions, while making it affordable (the regular tickets for the talks were 99€).
- Other topics were forms, CSS in JS, Redux/Mobx, code splitting, GraphQL, and React Native.They covered pretty well the current ecosystem of tools when working with React, and they shared learnings that can be applied to our daily jobs.If you are interested in the specifics of the talks, check this list…
This weekend I have been in Spain to attend React Alicante. It’s the first edition of this conference focused in React and React Native. The conference was 3-day long, one day with workshops…
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