Jest Test Formatting -- __tests__ Vs *.test.js
I'm working in a react codebase where we have test files labeled
The files inside look like this
Previously when I've used jest/enzyme, I've had test files formatted like this
I am assuming that when you put a file inside a folder with the title
you can leave the .test part off? I can't seem to find a solid answer on topic. Does anyone have some insight into the formatting functionality?
This is because of the value of jest config's
testMatch property which defaults to
[ "**/__tests__/**/*.[jt]s?(x)", "**/?(*.)+(spec|test).[jt]s?(x)" ]
Which basically means that it will consider as a test any js(x) or ts(x) file either with .test (or .spec) after it or inside a
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