score:25

Accepted answer

Solution:

1: use the async/await syntax.

2: Use mount (no shallow).

3: await async componentLifecycle.

For ex:

    test(' ',async () => {
      const wrapper = mount(
         <Foo />
      );
      await wrapper.instance().componentDidMount();
    })

score:0

Your test also needs to implement async, await.
For ex:

  it('should do something', async function() {
    const wrapper = shallow(<Foo />);
    const result = await wrapper.instance();
    expect(result.bar).toBe(100);
  });

score:2

None of the solutions provided here fixed all my issues. At the end I found https://medium.com/@lucksp_22012/jest-enzyme-react-testing-with-async-componentdidmount-7c4c99e77d2d which fixed my problems.

Summary

function flushPromises() {
    return new Promise(resolve => setImmediate(resolve));
}

it('should do someting', async () => {
    const wrapper = await mount(<Foo/>);
    await flushPromises();

    expect(wrapper.instance().bar).toBe(100);
});

score:4

Try this:

it('should do something', async function() {
  const wrapper = shallow(<Foo />);
  await wrapper.instance().componentDidMount();
  app.update();
  expect(wrapper.instance().bar).toBe(100);
});

score:17

Something like this should work for you:-

 describe('...', () => {
   test('...', async () => {
     const wrapper = await mount(<Foo/>);
     expect(wrapper.instance().bar).toBe(100);
   });
 });

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