re: How do /you/ write tests for React components? VIEW POST

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I do TDD my actions-reducers-helpers and only snapshot tests the ui.

I find quite silly TDD components, as in:

IT SHOULD HAVE A BUTTON
  RUN
    FAILS
  add a button
  RUN
    SUCCESS

I think it slows down and does not add much.

What I usually tend to do is to leave View quite logic free, and move everything more logic related to helpers functions that I tdd.

 

That's what I've been doing. I've seen some posts from avid TDD practitioners and wanted to know how they go about it beyond a simple tutorial.

 

if you say something like I did on reddit, people will downvote you to death :D

here you can say it out loud, is freeing:

TDD ON COMPONENTS IS USELESS

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