- This course was an introduction … to testing and debugging React applications. … With the tools we've explored here you should have … a good basic understanding of this complex subject. … If you haven't used testing and debugging tools before, … I'd recommend diving in deeper … with the utilities and methods we've explored. … Try them with one of your own applications … to understand the impact … that they can have in your workflow. … Once you're comfortable, … I'd suggest that you further explore Jest and Flow. … For example, you could use Enzyme with Jest … to manipulate and assert your components in various ways. … You can get started with any of these advanced concepts … by exploring the documentation, … which is always the best place to get more information … on the tools you're using. … Remember, while many developers have decided … to use some or all of these tools, … there are others that can do similar tasks. … What you ultimately decide to use … is up to you and your dev team. …
- Setting up for React testing and debugging
- Testing with Jest
- Snapshot testing
- Debugging with Chrome and Chrome extensions
- Optimizing React code with ESLINT
- Type checking
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Setting Up
2. Testing with Jest
3. Debugging with Chrome and Extensions
4. ESLint and Types
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