Common mistakes with React Testing Library | Kent C. Dodds

I've been getting a lot of hands-on time with React Testing Library recently and, for the most part, I really like it. Still, I get caught out from time-to-time, and this article has a lot of great advice on best practices. In particular (as I tweeted this week) I've found that following this guidance doesn't just make writing tests easier, it also gives you accessibility coverage for free, which is just awesome 😎

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