The Beginner's Guide to React Testing
Welcome to The Beginner's Guide to React Testing.
The React ecosystem changes quite a bit, and if you're not actively on Twitter, reddit, or following several newsletters, it can be pretty difficult to keep track of what the latest best practice is.
As a member of the React community on reddit, I notice the same questions about testing pop up almost weekly, so this guide is an attempt at answering them in one place (I also intend to update this book as new questions come up).
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Let's learn how to get started testing in React, with Chapter 1: How do you get started testing?
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