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@jigsaw/storybook-amp
Storybook addon that allows you to display AMP HTML components generated with react in your stories
npm install @jigsaw/storybook-amp
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Storybook AMP · npm package

Storybook addon that allows you to display AMP HTML components generated with react in your stories

Installation

npm install -D storybook-amp

Configuration

Then create a file called addons.js in your storybook config.

Add following content to it:

import 'storybook-amp/register';

Demo

https://storybook-amp.netlify.com

Usage

To SSR the code at runtime time use the withAmpDecorator decorator inside config.js or specific story. To set custom settings, use the amp parameter.

// config.js
import { configure, addDecorator, addParameters } from '@storybook/react';
import { withAmpDecorator } from 'storybook-amp';

const customStyles = ''; // some styles

// global
addDecorator(withAmpDecorator)
addParameters({
  amp: {
    isEnabled: true,
    styles: customStyles, // Custom styles from some string
  },
});

You can use the amp parameter to override settings on each story individually:

// per story
storiesOf('AMP', module)
  .add('Default', () => <Button>Send</Button>, {
    amp: {
      isEnabled: false,
    }
  });
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