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Last updated : May 19, 2020
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May 2020
Hold ? Proceed with caution

We don't always move deprecated tools to Hold in the Radar, but our teams feel strongly that Enzyme has been replaced for unit testing React UI components by React Testing Library. Teams using Enzyme have found that its focus on testing component internals leads to brittle, unmaintainable tests.

May 2018
Adopt ? We feel strongly that the industry should be adopting these items. We use them when appropriate on our projects.

Enzyme has become the defacto standard for unit testing React UI components. Unlike many other snapshot-based testing utilities, Enzyme enables you to test without doing on-device rendering, which results in faster and more granular testing. This is a contributing factor in our ability to massively reduce the amount of functional testing we find we have to do in React applications. In many of our projects it’s used within a unit testing framework such as Jest.

Mar 2017
Trial ? Worth pursuing. It is important to understand how to build up this capability. Enterprises should try this technology on a project that can handle the risk.

We've been enjoying the rapid component-level UI testing that Enzyme provides for React.js applications. Unlike many other snapshot-based testing frameworks, Enzyme allows you to test without doing on-device rendering, which results in faster and more granular testing. This is a contributing factor in our ability to massively reduce the amount of functional testing we find we have to do in React applications.

Nov 2016
Trial ? Worth pursuing. It is important to understand how to build up this capability. Enterprises should try this technology on a project that can handle the risk.

We’ve been enjoying the rapid component-level UI testing that Enzyme provides for React.js applications. Unlike many other snapshot-based testing frameworks, Enzyme allows you to test without doing on-device rendering, which results in faster and more granular testing. This is a contributing factor in our ability to massively reduce the amount of functional testing we find we have to do in React applications.

Veröffentlicht : Nov 07, 2016
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