I am currently testing stencil js. For now I want to write stencil components and include them within a VUE/React project. The official website of stencil already shows how to integrate them within a framework (https://stenciljs.com/docs/overview). But they assume that your own stencil component library has already been published to npm.
Is there a way to integrate stencil components locally into a framework to test them without publishing them first?
Yes, you can use npm-link for that.
cd my-component-lib npm link cd ../my-app npm link my-component-lib # or whatever you have named the project in package.json
If you have any problems with that (e. g. with paths not resolving properly), you can also try to pack your package and install the packed version instead, using npm-pack:
cd my-component-lib npm pack cd ../my-app npm install ../my-component-lib/my-component-lib-1.0.0.tgz
Linking is preferable though because changes to your component library will be reflected immediately (after a rebuild), whereas with packing you’d have to re-pack and re-install it after every change to your lib.