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Enzyme vs React Testing Library: A Migration GuideUpdated on · 14 min read|
This blog post provides a basic comparison of both libraries and presents a migration guide based on code samples from each library. We'll write tests for the Tic-Tac-Toe game from an earlier post using Enzyme and then transform them into React Testing Library tests.
Improving React Testing Library TestsUpdated on · 7 min read|
Properly written tests can not only help to prevent regressions or buggy code but in the case of RTL also improve the accessibility of components and the user experience in general. In this post, we'll see how to get the most out of RTL tests. I'll provide a collection of what I consider to be good practices when testing, in no particular order of importance.
Testing React Hook Form With React Testing LibraryUpdated on · 5 min read|
In the previous post we added a basic recipe form using React Hook Form. It would be a good idea to add some unit tests for it, to make sure that the form works properly and to catch any future regressions.