How to use @daffodil/driver - 2 common examples

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github graycoreio / daffodil / libs / driver / shopify / src / cart / services / cart.service.spec.ts View on Github external
beforeEach(() => {
    daffodilConfigFactory = new DaffDriverConfigFactory();
    daffodilConfigService = new DaffDriverConfigService(
      daffodilConfigFactory.create()
    );

    TestBed.configureTestingModule({
      imports: [
        HttpClientTestingModule,
        DaffCoreTestingModule
      ],
      providers: [
        DaffShopifyCartService,
        { provide: DaffDriverConfigService, useValue: daffodilConfigService }
      ]
    });
    
    httpMock = TestBed.get(HttpTestingController);
github graycoreio / daffodil / libs / driver / shopify / src / cart / services / cart.service.spec.ts View on Github external
beforeEach(() => {
    daffodilConfigFactory = new DaffDriverConfigFactory();
    daffodilConfigService = new DaffDriverConfigService(
      daffodilConfigFactory.create()
    );

    TestBed.configureTestingModule({
      imports: [
        HttpClientTestingModule,
        DaffCoreTestingModule
      ],
      providers: [
        DaffShopifyCartService,
        { provide: DaffDriverConfigService, useValue: daffodilConfigService }
      ]
    });
    
    httpMock = TestBed.get(HttpTestingController);
    cartService = TestBed.get(DaffShopifyCartService);

@daffodil/driver

A consistent, sane api driver that works with different ecommerce systems.

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