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Setup latest Storybook alpha for babel7 and webpack4 support #6

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"browserslist": [
"last 1 version",
"> 1%",
"maintained node versions",
"not dead"
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import '@storybook/addon-actions/register';
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import { configure } from '@storybook/react';

const req = require.context('../src/components', true, /[^/]+\/stories.js$/);

function loadStories() {
req.keys().forEach((filename) => req(filename));

configure(loadStories, module);
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> Rinse, React, repeat. A boilerplate to build a React component library.
###### To learn how this project was made from scratch, [read the blog post](url)!
#### To learn how this project was made from scratch, [read the blog post](url)!

## Get Started

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$ rm -rf .git
$ git init

## Development and Storybook

You can easily develop and interact with your components by using Storybook. To run the local server, simply run:

$ npm i
$ npm run storybook

Navigate to [http://localhost:9001](http://localhost:9001) to view your stories. They should automatically update as you develop.

Storybook will pick up any story from the `stories.js` file in a component folder.

Rinse is currently using the latest technology available, so you may need to update your Node versions to latest to accomodate Babel 7 and Webpack 4.
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module.exports = {
presets: ['@babel/preset-env', '@babel/preset-react'],