Storybook is a UI development workshop for components and pages. It's used by many teams for all kinds of reasons. You can develop components in isolation, run visual tests and even validate the accessibility of your UI.
Storybook started off web focused and has expanded to many different platforms since then. One of those platforms is React Native.
Storybook for React Native is a catalog of all your components and states, that runs inside your iOS or Android app, on your mobile device. This is great for seeing your React Native components in their production setting, but also has some disadvantages when compared to Storybook's web UI.
That's why I'm excited to announce Storybook for React Native Web, a new complementary approach to developing and sharing React Native components in Storybook.