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React Testing Cookbook


Trevor Miller
38m closed-captioning
13 lessons
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Published 8 years ago
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The definition of "legacy code" can be described simply as "code that doesn't have tests." Code you just wrote, 5 minutes ago? Legacy code. Code that can't be refactored, but only changed.

How do we prevent the mountain of legacy code that most projects become?

A solid testing strategy.

React apps are no different, and can be tested simply if you know some core principles.

In this course we will take a look at testing React applications. From getting setup and running tests, all the way through testing Redux enabled React applications.

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38m • 13 lessons

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