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@testing-library/user-event

v14.4.3

Published

Fire events the same way the user does

Downloads

23,580,756

Readme

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The problem

From testing-library/dom-testing-library#107:

[...] it is becoming apparent the need to express user actions on a web page using a higher-level abstraction than fireEvent

The solution

user-event tries to simulate the real events that would happen in the browser as the user interacts with it. For example userEvent.click(checkbox) would change the state of the checkbox.

The more your tests resemble the way your software is used, the more confidence they can give you.

Issues

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🐛 Bugs

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❓ Questions

For questions related to using the library, please visit a support community instead of filing an issue on GitHub.

Contributors

We most sincerely thank the people who make this project possible. Contributions of any kind are welcome! 💚

License

MIT