Material-UI Storybook Components for React
React.js components made with TypeScript with on Material-UI look-like using Storybook.
- @Material UI was designed to be used from the get-go with its own styling solution, implemented over JSS, but it’s a great option to build fast UI interfaces.
- How to keep the congruence between built in components’ functionalities without everything go as mess up! ?
- Use @Styled components to overriding Material UI original theme.
- Use @TypeScript for:
- Static Typing avoids Typos.
- Maintenance of Large Code Base is made easy by references.
- Use @Storybook for building UI components and pages in isolation ?.
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