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Ibadehin Mojeed
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Nov 3, 2023 ⋅ 12 min read

Using the React Testing Library debug method

Ibadehin Mojeed I'm an advocate of project-based learning. I also write technical content around web development.

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3 Replies to "Using the React Testing Library <code>debug</code> method"

  1. Hi, thanks for the article! You guys make some of the best content on the web IMHO. Only slight criticism is that I haven’t used this method in months because `logTestingPlaygroundUrl` exists!

    1. Hi Ian, we have added a section addressing the `logTestingPlaygroundURL` method. Thanks for the kind words and the helpful feedback!

  2. How does logTestingPlaygroundURL() work? Specifically, does the #markup code generated contain all html tags in a compressed encoding? Or is there some sort of data sharing that’s going on?

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