Because components you make in Framer X are written in React, it’s possible to integrate the components into a development environment like Storybook.

When making code components in Framer X, it’s common to include parts of the Framer Library, such as property controls, to provide a visual way to edit properties of your code components.

This part of the Framer Library isn't built for production, and would need to be removed before fully integrating with Storybook.

It’s more common to include React Components from Storybook into the Framer Store, which can be automated using some tools from Framer Bridge

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