The difference is beforeEach()/afterEach() automatically run before and after each tests, which 1.
Eric Elliott

This bit:

Tests should be explicit, and tests should never share state. So why use tools that introduce magic (making it harder to understand a particular test) and invite test coupling?

I came to a similar conclusion recently and my tests are much more useful and readable. Amen.

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