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May 23, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

How to simplify component testing with React Storybook

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

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One Reply to "How to simplify component testing with React Storybook"

  1. Is there a way to run both the code snapshot and visual snapshot. I know you said we would override the original snapshot testing but what if I wanted to run both the code and visual snapshot as part of the storybook suite.

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