There is another article about it — https://dev.to/thekashey/infinite-war-995
In short — there is a different “depth” of
mount testing. While
shallow is a good way to assert a “skeleton”, you might prefer to use mount, but it might cause “infinite” amount of components tested, instead of a predicted, scoped and needed.
See this article – https://blog.cloudboost.io/react-purecomponents-children-979e3da15ba8
‘children’ is always not shallow equal on render, thus making Pure not quite Pure.
But there are a lot of techniques to maintain children equality from render to render – from memoization to JSX “extraction” powered by Babel.
Revisited this article gramma in the 4th time, and found a few terrific mistakes, like “they” instead of “the”.
Unfortunately I have the same problem with my native language, even more severe. I am absolutely “typo blind”.
Quite appreciated for a honest response, and for idea about Fivr.
Sorry. Not sold. Let me better “fix” your redux implimentation
fetchcall to the API (no problems here).