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@bluebase/cli-storybook-native v1.3.1

An BLueBaseJS CLI plugin to integrate Storybook for React Native

BlueBase CLI Storybook Native

🤖 BlueBase CLI plugin to create React Native Storybook projects.


oclif Version

Table of Contents

* [Table of Contents](#table-of-contents) * [Usage](#usage) * [Commands](#commands)

Usage

```sh-session $ npm install -g @bluebase/cli-storybook-native $ bluebase COMMAND running command... $ bluebase (-v|--version|version) @bluebase/cli-storybook-native/1.3.1 linux-x64 node-v12.14.1 $ bluebase --help [COMMAND] USAGE $ bluebase COMMAND ... ```

Commands

* [`bluebase storybook-native:init`](#bluebase-storybook-nativeinit) * [`bluebase storybook-native:start`](#bluebase-storybook-nativestart)

bluebase storybook-native:init

Initializes a directory with an example project.

USAGE
  $ bluebase storybook-native:init

OPTIONS
  --appJsPath=appJsPath  [default: ./bluebase/storybook-native/App] Path to App.js file relative to the root directory
  --assetsDir=assetsDir  [default: ./assets/storybook-native] Path to assets directory relative to the root directory
  --buildDir=buildDir    [default: ./build/storybook-native] Path to build directory relative to the root directory
  --configDir=configDir  [default: ./bluebase/storybook-native] Path to config directory relative to the root directory

EXAMPLE
  $ bluebase storybook-native:start

See code: lib/commands/storybook-native/init.js

bluebase storybook-native:start

Starts or restarts a local server for your app and gives you a URL to it.

USAGE
  $ bluebase storybook-native:start

OPTIONS
  --appJsPath=appJsPath  [default: ./bluebase/storybook-native/App] Path to App.js file relative to the root directory
  --assetsDir=assetsDir  [default: ./assets/storybook-native] Path to assets directory relative to the root directory
  --buildDir=buildDir    [default: ./build/storybook-native] Path to build directory relative to the root directory
  --configDir=configDir  [default: ./bluebase/storybook-native] Path to config directory relative to the root directory

EXAMPLE
  $ bluebase storybook-native:start

See code: lib/commands/storybook-native/start.js

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