On 19 Oct 2017 22:06, "David Petri"
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Sign in I am upgrading a very large application from vue-test-utils beta to v1. For more information, see our Privacy Statement. If it does, CSS transition classes will be added/removed at appropriate timings. With the Vue Test Utils library, we can write and run unit tests for Vue apps easily. +1 to @FloEdelmann we updated from beta29 to 30 and now all our components that contain transitions fail. In this article, we’ll look at how to write unit tests with the Vue Test Utils library. asked Jun 8 at 16:57. It may sound cheesy, but the only limit really is your imagination. It didn't work.
Learn more, Unfortunately, the nextTick changes will remain required for future versions of VTU. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Your email address will not be published. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. by Vue (@Vue) As a result, it is important to be mindful of this trade-off when choosing the amount of cross-browser testing your application needs. Then in our test, we set the localVue property in the object in the 2nd argument of mount . Transitions d'entrée, de sortie et de liste. When choosing an E2E testing framework, the following sections provide some guidance on things to keep in mind when choosing a testing framework for your application. While developers have traditionally relied on scanning logs in a terminal window to help determine what went wrong in a test, modern end-to-end (E2E) test frameworks allow developers to leverage tools that they are already familiar with, e.g.
While it may seem desirable to have 100% cross-browser coverage, it is important to note that cross browser testing has diminishing returns on a team’s resources due the additional time and machine power required to run them consistently. wrapper.html() returns outdated markup unless the test is changed to: This is an issue with transitions, I'll look into it over the next few days. CSS transition classes will be applied to inner elements and not to the group/container itself. This way, we can control when the global plugin is applied. Thanks, the updated docs look fine now. A recent development in for catching browser-specific issues is using application monitoring and error reporting tools (e.g., Sentry, LogRocket, etc.) v-enter-to: Ending state for enter. name="very-special-transition"\
This not only includes your frontend code, but all associated backend services and infrastructure that are more representative of the environment that your users will be in. I'll look into it.