How do I configure absolute paths for imports in TypeScript based React Native apps?

In order to avoid ‘../../../../’ style relative imports in a TypeScript based React Native app, I would like to configure the app so that I can use absolute imports instead.

It is important that the configuration also supports Jest unit tests.

I created the app using npx react-native init MyTestApp --template typescript

React Native version: 0.60.5

What is the exact configuration I would need to achieve this?

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