Testing React with Jest and React Testing Library (RTL) 2023
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Oct 27, 2023

Testing React with Jest and React Testing Library (RTL) 2023

Learn best practices for testing your applications with Jest and React Testing Library. All code composed through TDD!

Master React testing using Jest and React Testing Library (RTL). Learn best practices for testing React applications while following test-driven development. Ideal for React developers looking to create robust and efficient tests. Taught by Bonnie Schulkin, an experienced teacher and coder

What you'll learn

  • Testing basic and complex React applications with React Testing Library
  • React Testing best Practices: how to test conduct rather than execution
  • Capitalizing on Jest watch mode, including running just a single document or test at a time
  • Normal blunders returned by Testing Library and how to address them
  • Test-Driven Development: composing tests close by creation code, to guarantee exhaustive test inclusion



Experience with JavaScript

Fundamental involvement in React

Knowledge of React hooks and context (these are made sense of momentarily in discretionary React parts of the course; but past experience would be useful)


React Testing Library has turned into an incredibly famous choice for testing React, and not surprisingly! This itemized, thorough course gives a strong groundwork to React application tests.

Best Practices

React Testing Library is broadly stubborn about testing best practices, and is composed to energize these best practices. This course instructs:

testing conduct over testing execution

tests that collaborate with your application the manner in which a client would

finding components by accessibility handles, to ensure your code is available as could really be expected

Expansive scope of testing models

The course applications start very with extremely basic models (clicking a button to change its tone) and stir up to continuously more confounded testing ideas, for example,

testing asynchronous page changes

reproducing information from a server utilizing Mock Service Worker

applying a context provider to a part while delivering

The course moves toward complex ideas continuously, in a way intended to help your learning and guarantee your prosperity.

Practice your new abilities

You will likewise have a lot of chances to rehearse what you've learned. The course gives "code quizzes" while building the course projects, where you can apply what you learned and afterward watch a video to see the arrangement. The (discretionary) last area gives much more activities to finish the second application and support ideas from the course.

Discretionary React addresses

Any critical React code canvassed in the course is segregated into discrete talks. Students have a decision: the people who need to build up their React abilities (or learn new ones!) can watch those talks, while students who feel sure about their React abilities can skip them.

Supportive Instructor

The instructor has a demonstrated history of answering course question and answer in a supportive and supportive manner. She loves to draw in with students, answer inquiries concerning course ideas, and assist with troubleshooting students' code for the course projects.

Who this course is for:

React coders who need to learn how to compose functional tests for their applications

React application engineers who need certainty that composing code doesn't break existing way of behaving (tests, for the success!)


Bonnie Schulkin

Educator | Coder | Average Bassist

  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 13,097 Reviews
  • 83,133 Students
  • 11 Courses

My showing vocation began when I played school with my (not exceptionally willing) more youthful sibling as a youngster. I slowly extended my points of view to educating (barely) really willing secondary school students, and all the more as of late have shown programming development at different training camps to wonderfully willing grown-ups. I have been working in the product business on and off since the mid-90s, which originates before the introduction of numerous coders in the San Francisco tech scene(!).


4.5 course rating 6K reviews

Rohith R.

Rating: 5.0 out of 5 3 days prior


Extraordinary instructing, Bonnie became one of my fav mentor here .... The course is must suggested for anybody taking a stab at Testing lib which I took it with least information and I want to work with it undoubtedly, any explanations would be gotten which many free from guides here are missing to do and leave you in space. Much thanks to you ?


Shwe Y.

Rating: 5.0 out of 5 a month prior


I truly love this course! All i'm cautiously following Bonnie's recommendation and trying not to simply duplicate the code. This approach is helping me recollect and see better. I feel substantially more certain at this point. This course is great

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