@crazyfactory/storybook-props-mock-addon
It will generate translation based on `translation` prop's keys.
npm install @crazyfactory/storybook-props-mock-addon
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Only translation can be mocked for now

It will generate translation based on translation prop's keys.

Usage

webpack.config.js

  loader: path.resolve('./node_modules/@crazyfactory/storybook-props-mock-addon/lib/reactTypescriptTranslationLoader.js')

config.js

  import {withMockedTranslation} from "@crazyfactory/storybook-props-mock-addon/lib/withMockedTranslation";
  addDecorator(withMockedTranslation());

story files

  export const Simple = ({mockedTranslation}) => (
    // pass mockedTranslation to translation prop
  );

Example

CustomerInfo.tsx

  import * as React from "react";
  interface IProps {
    firstName: string;
    lastName: string;
    translation: {
      firstName: string;
      lastName: string;
    }
  }
  export class CustomerInfo extends React.Component<IProps> {
    public render(): JSX.Element {
      const {firstName, lastName, translation} = this.props;
      return (
        <div>
          <div>
            {translation.firstName}: {firstName}
          </div>
          <div>
            {translation.lastName}: {lastName}
          </div>
        </div>
      );
    }
  }

CustomerInfo.stories.tsx

  import * as React from "react";
  import {CustomerInfo} from "./CustomerInfo";
  
  export default {
    component: CustomerInfo,
    title: "CustomerInfo"
  }
  
  export const Simple = ({mockedTranslation}) => (
    <CustomerInfo firstName={"John"} lastName={"Lee"} translation={mockedTranslation}/>
  );

Then run storybook, the addon will generate translation for you by pascalizing translation keys image