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Writing tests is an integral part of application development. Testing results in software that has fewer bugs, more stability, and is easier to maintain. In this article, we'll look at how to test a React application using the Jest testing framework.
We recently finished a 5-month React Native project for Prepd, a Kickstarter-based lunchbox product. At Hanno we built the accompanying app for iOS and Android. In this post we talk about the pros and cons of using React Native, when and why we'd recommend it and what pitfalls you need to be aware of.
This is the first post of a series explaining the story and technical learnings we had from starting to migrate from AngularJS to React. Check out the github repo for examples and the full code.
It was pretty normal day in Tokyo when I received a request from a client. “I’d like this application screen to be a React Component. And I want it to be reusable.” Given my client’s app was created with React, I naturally said “Yes Sir”. I mean, the best part about React is that components are reusable. What could go wrong?
A mostly reasonable approach to React and JSX