We need your help stabilizing Storybook 5.2 for the final release. It's in beta now because we think it's ready to use in most projects.
The biggest thing is to try upgrading your project to the latest prerelease, see if you run into problems, and file github isues. The sooner we uncover problems with the upgrade, the more time we have to fix and document them.
To upgrade your project:
npx npm-check-updates '/storybook/' -un
npm install # yarn if you prefer
We've also started to document migration instructions, and will continue to update the documentation throughout the release.
And of course, if you see any issues that you can help with, PRs are always welcome. Storybook wouldn't be possible without high-quality contributions from our wonderful community.
Thanks for your help and stay posted for more updates!
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@gaui Storybook supports multiple frameworks and docs uses the same mechanism under the hood. But docs has additional functionality (like automatically displaying prop tables for your components) that is implemented on a framework-by-framework basis.
So, I'm working on my first big Storybook and Vue app. Would you say Vue with Storybook has broad enough support in the current 5.2 beta? Or are you mostly looking for React folks at this point as far as viewing this as relatively stable?