How to use the @vue/server-test-utils.renderToString function in @vue/server-test-utils

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github logaretm / vee-validate / tests / providers / observer.js View on Github external
test('renders the scoped slot in SSR', () => {
  const output = renderToString(
    {
      template: `
      <ValidationObserver tag="form" v-slot="ctx">
      </ValidationObserver>
    `
    },
    { localVue: Vue, sync: false }
  );

  expect(output).toBe(`<form data-server-rendered="true"></form>`);
});
github logaretm / vee-validate / tests / providers / provider.js View on Github external
test('SSR: render single root slot', () => {
  const output = renderToString(
    {
      template: `
        <ValidationProvider v-slot="ctx">
          <p></p>
        </ValidationProvider>
      `
    },
    { localVue: Vue, sync: false }
  );

  expect(output).toBe('<span data-server-rendered="true"><p></p></span>');
});
github Developmint / vue-if-bot / test / VueIsBot.spec.js View on Github external
it('should render as human', () => {
      const wrapper = renderToString(VueIfBot, {
        slots: {
          default: slotContent
        }
      })

      testSsr(wrapper)
    })
    it('should render as bot', () => {
github vuejs / vue-test-utils / test / specs / mounting-options / attachToDocument.spec.js View on Github external
    const fn = () => renderToString(TestComponent, { attachToDocument: true })
    const message =

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