What the best way to simulate the user pressing "enter"? $(element).keypress() doesn't seem to allow me to pass in the actual key that was pressed.  This is for unit testing....
I have an AngularJS service written and I would like to unit test it.  angular.module('myServiceProvider', ['fooServiceProvider', 'barServiceProvider']).     factory('myService', function ($http, fooService, barServi...
I am creating a JS test on my react-native project. I'm specifically using firebase for react native, in which I would like to replace firebase instance with a mockfirebase instance if JS is running the code of my class.  For example I have class...
I am struggling to jest mock the below method. Not able to mock. Please see my test case below it. Test case fails with error      TypeError: XXXXXXX is not a function.     When I run coverage report, it says all lines are covered. What is that I am...
I am trying to mock AWS.SNS and I am getting error. I referred posts on StackOverflow and could come up with below. Still, I am getting an error. I have omitted the irrelevant portion. Can someone please help me?  Below is my index.ts  import { SNS }...
I've got the following service:  angular.module("services") .factory("whatever", function($window) {   return {     redirect: function() {       $window.location.replace("http://www.whatever.com");     }   }; });   How to...
let's say i have a function  Func a() {     //Do Something     let c = b();     return c; }   I want to test the function a and mock b() and in the mock want to assign c. Sinon.Stub(Test,"b").returns("DummyValue"); c should be ass...
Lets say I have a log in and log out function that works with the firebase authentication system.  How would one unit test such a method? The firebase app instance gets imported and used in the log in function.  Code snippet if needed:  export functi...
I have the following controller in AngularJS that is invoking a service provided by "$mdSidenav" from Angular Material. This is service is provided by a factory method.  angular.module('leopDirective', [])     .controller('MenuCtr...
The code I'm testing is fairly simple: it invokes a method in case a condition is verified. If not, it invokes another method contained within the first one as an attribute.  app.js:    function test (fn, isActivated) {   if (isActivated) {     r...

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