Welcome to the beginning of an exciting journey towards launching your very own UI Component Library. This documentation is designed to guide you step by step, from initial setup to advanced customization, ensuring a smooth integration into your projects.

First of all, congratulations on taking the first step towards creating a more streamlined, efficient, and beautiful web development experience. Your UI Component Library is more than just a collection of elements; it's the foundation of your digital creations, enabling developers to build visually appealing and highly interactive user interfaces with ease.

Before diving into the specifics, let's ensure you have everything you need to get started:

  • Node.js: Make sure Node.js is installed on your system. This is required for running the development server, building the project, and installing dependencies.
  • Package Manager: Any of 'npm' or 'pnpm' will work for managing your project's dependencies.
  • Code Editor: Any modern code editor will do, but VS Code is highly recommended for the excellent support for TypeScript and React.

Perfect. Now that we are settled, continue with the next step(s):


Learn how to quickly get the code up and running


Learn how to make the template yours


Learn about the nitty gritty details

File Structure

Learn about how files in this project are structured

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