Getting started with wallaby, jest, vue and nuxtjs


Plenty of examples and uses cases for wallaby can be found on their homepage, and also on their examples pages.

You can get a free trial for 14 days from here, and you can also do it from your IDE once you’ve installed the plugin.


Traversy Media has a great introduction for it, video here. Also jest’s official docs if you prefer text.

Other useful links:

  1. mocking an entire class before it’s used in your SUT
  2. checking if wallaby is running your code, or if jest is
  3. jest-extended – expands jest with more ways to assert
  4. WebSocket client mocking
  5. preventing console.logs from bubbling up to output during tests
  6. snapshot testing

Vue & Vuex

I’ve followed a 20+ hours course “Vue JS 2 – The Complete Guide (incl. Vue Router & Vuex)” on udemy. The author keeps updating it, and it’s comprehensive.


This list will be updated with more resources over time, and I’ll write a comprehensive nuxtjs tutorial explaining how it’s used for running this blog. Subscribe to my newsletter for updates.