Testing Functions within Functional React Components

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  • react-hooks-testing-library

    🐏 Simple and complete React hooks testing utilities that encourage good testing practices.

    Relocating functions to a custom hook makes them accessible for testing (plus you’re keeping business logic separate from the UI, in accordance with best practices). There’s even a library to help with testing custom hooks: react-hooks-testing-library.

  • bonniedotdev

    code for the https://bonnie.dev website

    Here’s an example of a custom hook with several related functions in my website code. Note that I don’t test this particular hook separately from the UI because it fits under this category in “When not to use the react-hooks library” : Your hook is easy to test by just testing the components using it.

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