Sergio Ruiz
Sergio RuizDesign things with @rosa7082

What's the best tool for storing my UI components?

I've worked on several project throughtout my Web developer career, and I have tons of UI components, but I don't have a 'place' to store them.
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    Lima

    Unify all your files across your devices (unlimited storage)

    Emir EG
    Emir EGCo-fouder of Loudy & Agave Studio · Written
    Easy to use, create personal cloud service
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  2. I don't know but I was using cloud to store my data and all ui and ux kits there. I used to use https://weblium.com to create colorful and pretty designs for my blog and store a lot of them at my computer.
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    GitLab

    Open source alternative to GitHub

    Paco Hernández
    Paco HernándezSoftware developer · Written
    I have used it and it is better in some aspects than GitHub (i.e. you can have unlimited private repositories for free).
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    • My favoutite Git version control.

      If I need to track time, spent on the particular issues in GItLab, I use Gitlab integration with TMetric to get all the neccessary information.

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    Craft Prototype, from InVision

    Design, prototype, and collaborate seamlessly

    nyha shree
    nyha shreeForbes Under30 | 💪🏽@jumper.ai · Written
    Sync with Sketch. Also has a new DSM feature for brand assets
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    • Julie Delanoy
      Julie DelanoyDesign at Product Hunt

      I mostly use Craft for syncing with Invision and the library to always have the last update for the colors and text styles of our style guide. It's really useful, and I can't complain except when it makes Sketch suddenly crash. At first, I thought this was a Sketch problem, but after looking into it, I learned that Craft could be sometimes instable. Still, it's worth the risk 😉

    • André Bose do Amaral
      André Bose do AmaralFounder/CCO/CEO, Mecenato.co

      Am a recent convert to Sketch + Craft, and the connection to InVision raises productivity dramatically. Large files with lots of artboards/hotspots still face issues synching up, though, which is a bit annoying.

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    React Storybook

    Develop and design React components without an app.

    Storybook is great. Even though it says React, it can be used with Vue and Angular I believe. We use it for our UI components and it's been great.
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