By Josh Pollock
This post is part of a series on React development for WordPress developers. In my last post, I covered unit testing React components using Jest. Jest, when used for basic assertions and snapshot tests can cover a lot of the functionality of a React component.
The “React Way” of developing interfaces calls for composing interfaces, which are themselves components, out of smaller components. Jest lets us test each component in isolation, but we’ll also need to make sure that component work as intended when nested inside of each other.
This article also covers looping through React components — for example, a …read more