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Creating a Storybook instance including stories from multiple libraries in a Nrwl Nx workspace

Here’s a really short article about a cool trick that I’ve learned by reading a discussion on the Nx support slack channel.

In a Nrwl Nx workspace, when you add Storybook support, what you get by default is a separate instance of Storybook for each feature library.

This is nice as it allows to quickly spin up a Storybook instance, loaded with only a subset of the stories related to a specific feature/group of features. Main benefit: focus, startup…

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