You can now view their talks and find out more below:
You can download Pablo's presentation here.
You can download Will's presentation here.
Testing complex stateful React components can be an error-prone chore, with implicit dependencies requiring brittle mocks and synthesised events, or alternatively, necessitating artificially partitioning your tree into stateful and stateless components.
In this talk I'll introduce a technique to explicitly expose a React component's state in a way that doesn't demand any changes to your component tree, making testing simple and highly flexible - and all it requires is a little help from a mysterious 19th-century Russian man.
Before lockdown, he could often be found combing through second-hand book shops for obscure tomes on forgotten programming languages. Now he might have to start reading them...
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