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Merge  is a revolutionary technology that lets users import and keep in sync coded React.js components from GIT repositories to the UXPin Editor. Imported components are 100% identical to the components used by developers during the development process. It means that components are going to look, feel and function (interactions, data) just like the real product experienced by the end-users.

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Storybook-UXPin integration on Product Hunt!

Hi there! 👋🏻

We've just launched Storybook-UXPin integration on Product Hunt!

It's one of the steps to make the integration available for more users - start with a trial and then expand it!

It'd be great if you celebrated the... (More)

Sam Jacob Dev
Senior UX/UI Design Engineer

Is there a support for Vue

I am excited about this merge concept. I know currently, there is support only for react components. Is there support coming up for Vue. At least is it in the roadmap?

Design with code components: UXPin-Storybook integration is here!

Hi everyone 👋🏻

Today is a BIG DAY. We’re thrilled to announce the launch of UXPin-Storybook integration!

This feature allows you to design with the same UI components which your devs build the actual product with. You can create high-fidelity... (More)

Using React components in the Design System

I really like the way the Design System feature works and having the ability to automatically create and sync it from a Library is great. However, not being able to do this from a coded React library is a bit... (More)