How to use the react-helmet-async.Helmet.defaultProps function in react-helmet-async

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github tomatau / breko-hub / test / test-setup.js View on Github external
import { isBrowser, ConfigService } from 'app/utils'
import appConfig from 'config/app.config'
import helpers from './test-helpers'

configure({ adapter: new ReactSixteenAdapter() })

chai.use(require('chai-shallow-deep-equal'))
chai.use(require('chai-as-promised'))
chai.use(require('chai-enzyme')())
chai.use(require('sinon-chai'))
chai.use(require('chai-generator'))
chai.use(require('chai-jest-snapshot'))

process.env.APP_CONFIG = JSON.stringify(appConfig)

Helmet.defaultProps.defer = false

setGlobals(isBrowser ? window : global)

function setGlobals(global) {
  ConfigService.setEnv(process.env.CONFIG_ENV)
  ConfigService.assignVars(process.env.APP_CONFIG)

  global.global = global

  global.expect = expect
  global.sinon = sinon

  global.snap = snap

  global.shallow = shallow
  global.mount = mount

react-helmet-async

Thread-safe Helmet for React 16+ and friends

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