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Ben Holmes
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Feb 18, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Testing Vite with minimal config using Vitest

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2 Replies to "Testing Vite with minimal config using Vitest"

  1. Note: Vitest is still not recommended for production use as of February 2022. Check Vitest’s homepage for up-to-date suggestions before using it.

    I can’t find this content. please link
    Can I use it in production now?

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