enzyme 0.5.1

Externs and tools for Enzyme, a JavaScript Testing utility for React.

Released 2018-03-05.

To install, run:

haxelib install enzyme 0.5.1

See using Haxelib in Haxelib documentation for more information.

Maintainerklabz
Websitehttps://github.com/kLabz/haxe-enzyme
Current version0.5.1
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LicenseMIT
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README.md

Haxe Enzyme

A Haxe library offering externs for the Enzyme library.

Enzyme is a JavaScript Testing utility for React that makes it easier to assert, manipulate, and traverse your React Components' output.

Installation

Using haxelib:

haxelib install enzyme

Usage

The following examples use the BDD testing library buddy by ciscoheat.

You can install it with haxelib:

haxelib install buddy

Or you can use any testing library supporting nodejs instead, and adapt these examples.

import enzyme.Enzyme.configure;
import enzyme.Enzyme.render;
import enzyme.adapter.React16Adapter;
import react.ReactMacro.jsx;

using buddy.Should;

class StaticAPITests extends buddy.SingleSuite {
	public function new() {
		// We need to use the adapter for the version of React we are using
		// Before being able to use the Enzyme API
		configure({
			adapter: new React16Adapter()
		});

		describe("Static rendering API", {
			it("should render three .content elements", {
				var wrapper = render(jsx('
					<$TestComponent />
				'));

				wrapper.find(".content").length.should.be(3);
			});

			it("should render title from props", {
				var wrapper = render(jsx('
					<$TestComponent title="Test Props" />
				'));

				wrapper.text().should.be("Test Props");
			});

			it("should render children when passed in", {
				var wrapper = render(jsx('
					<$TestSimpleContainer>
						<div className="unique" />
					</$TestSimpleContainer>
				'));

				wrapper.find(".unique").length.should.be(1);
			});
		});
	}
}

For a full working example, see test/. These tests will be updated to include all tests from the enzyme API documentation.

Rendering modes

Enzyme provides 3 rendering modes:

Enzyme.shallow(...)

Shallow rendering, which is useful to constrain yourself to testing a component as a unit, and to ensure that your tests aren't indirectly asserting on behavior of child components.

Read the full API Documentation

See the buddy test suite

Enzyme.render(...)

Static rendering, which is used to render react components to static HTML and analyze the resulting HTML structure.

Read the full API Documentation

See the buddy test suite

Enzyme.mount(...)

Full DOM rendering, which is ideal for use cases where you have components that may interact with DOM APIs, or may require the full lifecycle in order to fully test the component (i.e., componentDidMount etc.).

Read the full API Documentation

See the buddy test suite

Lifecycle spies

In enzyme documentation, sinonjs is used to test react components lifecycle. However, sinonjs does not work really well with haxe (at least I didn't get it to work as I wanted it to).

This lib includes LifecycleSpy which allows you to track calls on lifecycle methods (i.e., componentDidMount, componentWillReceiveProps etc.).

Example usage:

it("should follow the react component lifecycle", {
	var spy = new LifecycleSpy(TestClick);
	var onClick = function(_) {};

	var wrapper = mount(jsx('
		<$TestClick onClick=$onClick />
	'));

	// Only render, componentWillMount and componentDidMount should be called
	spy.render.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.componentWillMount.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.componentDidMount.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.componentWillUnmount.called.should.be(false);
	spy.componentWillReceiveProps.called.should.be(false);
	spy.componentWillUpdate.called.should.be(false);
	spy.componentDidUpdate.called.should.be(false);
	spy.shouldComponentUpdate.called.should.be(false);

	// Simulate click to trigger setState & re-render
	wrapper.text().should.be("Clicked 0 times.");
	wrapper.find("button").simulate("click");
	wrapper.text().should.be("Clicked 1 times.");

	spy.render.callCount.should.be(2);
	spy.componentWillUpdate.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.componentDidUpdate.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.shouldComponentUpdate.calledOnce.should.be(true);

	// Unrelated methods should not have been called
	spy.componentWillMount.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.componentDidMount.calledOnce.should.be(true);
	spy.componentWillUnmount.called.should.be(false);
	spy.componentWillReceiveProps.called.should.be(false);

	// Always release the spy when you are done
	spy.restore();
});

See the buddy test suite

Previous React versions

Although react adapters externs for versions 13, 14 and 15 are provided, this library focuses on Enzyme v3 + React 15 or 16. Tests for react 15 and react 16 are included.