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Nice, especially the advice to test from a consumer POV, I see the wrong way done a lot by folks just starting. One awesome lib that kinda enforces this philosophy is github.com/kentcdodds/react-testin...

The cool part is the way you write the unit tests can also be done writing the Cypress or functional tests!

 

This looks to be a great outline to help jump into TDD while creating a solid understanding, and could certainly become the go-to for beginners!

Unfortunately, it's really hard to read when every sentence is on a separate line causing ideas to flow together. Clean up the formatting a bit and this is sure to become a go-to resource for many looking to learn about TDD!

Thanks for taking the time to put this together, and keep up the great work! :D

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