1-Day Real-World Testing in React: Remote

Learn how to write real-world tests in React and GraphQL apps in this 1-day remote workshop in London

  • Date: TBD

Real-World Testing in React

Curriculum

Testing Foundation in JavaScript

  • Build your own test framework in JavaScript
  • Testing Redux using Jest
  • Mocking and testing API calls
  • White-box testing Vs. Black-box testing
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Testing in React & GraphQL

  • Unit Testing Vs. Integration Testing in React
  • Mocking and Dependency Injection in React
  • Mocking and testing GraphQL in React
  • Best practices to facilitate code refactoring
  • Code Coverage
  • Tooling:
    • React Testing Library Vs. Enzyme
    • Jest
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Learning Objectives

Coaches

Further details

  • Food not included.
  • Accomodation not included.
  • Hands-on training and progressive curriculum based on our teaching method.
  • Cohort and alumni Slack channels.
  • Further questions? Contact us :)
"We're moving to React so I've looked at the codebase to identify where we could be using advanced patterns..."

Lara Ramey, Software Developer - Meredith Corporation

Is this 1-day React workshop right for me?

  • Are you a developer who wants to make a difference in the projects you work on by learning how to test those React apps the best way possible.
  • Do you want to stand out your résumé by being able to test real-world React apps?
  • You are a developer with previous experience building React apps.

Do you have any questions? Contact us :)

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