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react-native-mock-render v0.1.9

A fork of react-native-mock that renders components


A fork of react-native-mock that renders components


  • Node.js 4+
  • The latest version of react-native


npm i react-native-mock-render --save-dev
/* file-that-runs-before-all-of-my-tests.js */

// This will mutate `react-native`'s require cache with `react-native-mock`'s.
require('react-native-mock-render/mock'); // <-- side-effects!!!


Jest doesn't support require.cache, so the correct way to do the mocking is using jest.mock('react-native', () => require('react-native-mock-render'), {virtual: true}) in your tests setup file.


We wanted to be able deeply render React Native components in our integration tests and already used react-native-mock.


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