getService<T>(token: Type<T>): T
Instantiate a service by providing mocks for all of its dependencies.
A mock is automatically created for all dependencies of the service which are not mocked yet.
getMock<T>(token: Type<T> | InjectionToken<T>): Mock<T>
Returns the mock associated with this injection token. If no such mock exists yet, it is created.
This function can be called before or after
getService. Either way, only one mock is created for each injection token.
getMock multiple times in a single test with the same injection token always returns the same object instance.
renderComponent<T, TBindings>(component: Type<T>, module: Type<any> | ModuleWithProviders<any>, options: RenderSettings<TBindings>): Promise<Rendering<T, never>>
Shallow-renders a component, meaning that its children components are not rendered themselves, and any constructor dependency is mocked.
createMock<T>(token: Type<T> | InjectionToken<T>, backing?: Partial<T>): Mock<T>
Manually create a mock with an optional backing object.
This function must be called before
Any subsequent call to
getMock with the same injection token will return the same mock that was created with
getShallow<T>(component: Type<T>, module: Type<any> | ModuleWithProviders<any>): Shallow<T>
Configures and return a Shallow renderer.
Use this method if you would like to further customize the renderer. In most cases,
renderComponent should be used instead.
configureTestBed(service: Type<T>): void
Configures the angular TestBed with mocks for all of the dependencies of the service.
Only use this if you would like to customize the dependencies before creating a service. In general, you should use
Base class for page objects. See base-class.ts for detailed documentation.
Catches all unhandled errors during test execution and fails the test if any error occurs.
The default angular config allows many errors to escape the test suite which can lead to silent errors.
Call this utility in the
test.ts file to catch these errors before they can escape.