This week I focused mostly on end to end testing (e2e from now on). I am fairly new to e2e, as I usually never adventures myself outside of the green pastures of unit and integration.
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We all love a slick user interface that incarnates the zeitgeist, but without a well structured persistence layer it is of no use. Here I will give an overview of how I tried to make up for the lack of total outward slickness with sound invisible choices.
In this post I give an overview of the app infrastructure and the tasks I run in the development environment, from watching to testing to the build step.
I have to be honest: I seldom tested my applications, at least not thoroughly. This time I wanted not only to strive for good coverage, but to use a test-first approach, at least for when the prototype reached an usable level.
Many practices flourished in the React ecosystems, addressing from project files hierarchy to where and how store the app state, to components styles. Here are my choices in regard.