Storybook addons are listed in the catalog and distributed via npm. The catalog is populated by querying npm's registry for Storybook-specific metadata in
Add your addon to the catalog by publishing an npm package that follows these requirements:
package.jsonwith module information and addon metadata
README.mdfile with installation and configuration instructions
/distdirectory containing transpiled ES5 code
preset.jsfile written as an ES5 module at the root level
Get a refresher on how to write a Storybook addon.
We rely on metadata to organize your addon in the catalog. You must add the
storybook-addons as the first keyword, followed by your addon's category. Additional keywords will be used in search and as tags.
|Addon package name||storybook-addon-outline|
|Addon description||Outline all elements with CSS to help with layout placement and alignment|
|Name of the author||winkerVSbecks|
|List of keywords to describe the addon|
Customize your addon's appearance by adding the
storybook property with the following fields.
|Link to custom icon for the addon||https://yoursite.com/outline-icon.png|
|List of unsupported frameworks|
|List of supported frameworks|
Use the table below as a reference when filling in the values for both the
unsupportedFrameworks metadata properties.
package.json above appears like below in the catalog. See an example of a production package.json here.
Once you publish the addon, it will appear in the catalog. There may be a delay between the time you publish your addon and when it's listed in the catalog. If your addon doesn't show up within 24 hours, open an issue.