Dean talks about his tool Storybook Animate, which allows you to see what the user sees. Storybook is an actively updated product, and Dean talks about how to get started with it. The show concludes with Dean talking about some things coming down the pipe and how he is actively involved in looking for good general solutions to help people write bulletproof code.
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What is reactive programming?
Reactive programming is the opposite of imperative programming, where it will change exactly when needed instead of change only when told to.
People now tend to look for more focused tools to solve a particular part of the problem than an all in one tool like Meteor.js.
What are some problems that Storybook solves?
Storybook has hot reloading environments in frontend components, so you don’t need the backend to run. Storybook also allows you to create a catalogue of UI states.
What are Storybook and Storybook Animate?
Storybook is an open source tool for developing UI components in isolation for React, Vue, and Angular. It makes building stunning UIs organized and efficient. Storybook Animate allows you to bring your Storybook projects to life by animating their props. It can help you see exactly what your users see.