Create a file named webpack.config.js within the .storybook folder with an alias for React Native Web. Storybook is an excellent component development environment for React and other frameworks.
However, if you're using React Native Web or would like to create some RNW components with Storybook you'll need to add some more configuration.
Finally, run npm start in your terminal and hello world should be shown at http://localhost:8080/.
Run the app server again with npm start and you should see "Hello World" just as before, except this time the syntax matches React Native.
Assuming you have React, React Native Web, and Storybook set up properly, the only step left is to add an alias for the Storybook Webpack server to look for react-native imports within react-native-web.
Create a file named webpack.config.js within the .storybook folder that resolves an alias for React Native Web as shown below.