An Unexpected plugin to make React testing with unexpected-dom more convenient.
Install it with NPM or add it to your
Use it to mount a component into the DOM and assert on the rendered output:
You can also satisfy a mounted component against a JSX structure. This will
mount the JSX structure into the DOM and compare the mounted component under test with
the DOM rendered by the given JSX structure. The comparison will use
to satisfy from unexpected-dom.
This is similar to programatically mounting the component and asserting against the result via unexpected-dom in the following way:
This library exposes all of the methods from react-dom-testing for convenience.
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