Raphael Ugwu
Nov 15, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Component testing in Nuxt.js with Jest

Raphael Ugwu Writer, software engineer, and a lifelong student.

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One Reply to "Component testing in Nuxt.js with Jest"

  1. Thanks for the walkthrough! Here are some things I tweaked while following along.

    – Added Vuetify so that all the `v-` components work. Easiest to do this during the `npx create-nuxt-app` step.
    – Changed the `v-flex` component to `v-col`, which I guess is the Vuetify 2.x replacement.
    – Wrapped the `v-col` in a `v-row`, both to make the layout work and because the template has to have a single root element.
    – Changed the path in `mapGetters` to `’games/consoleType’`, since the store file is `store/games.js`.
    – Likewise, removed the extra `games` from the getter paths in the tests.
    – Added the missing parenthesis to the end of the test file.
    – Removed `mode` from `jest.setup.js` – it’s for an older version of Nuxt.
    – Changed `’DOOM’` to `’Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’`, since DOOM isn’t in the store file.

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