Testing React with Enzyme and Jest: a new video course

Today I’m releasing my brand new video series titled “Testing React with Jest and Enzyme”.

I’ve been working with, writing tutorials, and speaking about React for a few years now and something that I get asked more often than not is how to test React components.

There are many great courses out there to help you learn React, but this course is specifically for those who have written React components and would like to know how best to test them. Not only the specifics of how to test, configuring Jest, using Enzyme’s API, but also what to test.

When is is right to reach for a snapshot test? When should we pull logic out of components and test it separately? How do I test components that are connected to Redux?

This series consists of eleven videos, each ranging from 5-10 minutes in length. They are purposefully designed to be easily watchable on a commute, on a quick break from work or when you’ve got a spare half hour over a weekend. The first five videos in the series are free and you can purchase the rest for $20.

By purchasing the videos you’ll also get access to all the source code, any updates over time and the ability to email me with questions about the course.

If this sounds interesting, you can watch the first video below, and head to the Testing React page for the rest of the videos and to buy the full package.

Don't miss my latest course on Testing React with Enyzme and Jest! The first five videos are free and available to watch now. You'll learn how to write testable React code, test complex components and use Jest and Enzyme effectively to write clean, thorough tests. Get started now.

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Jack is JavaScript and React developer in London. He's also a keen Elm enthusiast, conference speaker and tweets far too often.