Testing should make us confident. Confident that our software does what we think it does, and that it will continue to do so as we pile up features.
But testing UI components rarely breeds confidence. Instead, it often makes us feel angry and unproductive. Let's look the beast in the eye and talk about a set of tools that make testing React components as easy as writing them. We'll learn how to mock component props, state, Redux state, app context from wrapper components, as well as API responses, without copy pasting boilerplate from one test to another.


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Flavio Maccarrone at 06:45 on 8 Oct 2018

I understood what speaker wanted to show, but I wish to see much more interaction, much more practice, much more code...I had the feeling to miss something in this talk...

Ivica Hrg at 17:56 on 9 Oct 2018

I expected to see at least some code, or explanation what is used and how and why it's used

Luca Fabbri at 18:06 on 9 Oct 2018

I think the speaker had some interesting stuff to say, but the whole talk has been too high level. Also slides with pictures and images about removed/added tests were to general and not much useful.

Stefano Magni at 08:11 on 16 Oct 2018

Pretty annoying and not-interactive, it was a pity because the topic (and che contents too) had a great potential