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Installation

Enzyme should be installed using npm:

npm i --save-dev enzyme

Enzyme can be used with your test runner of choice. All examples in the documentation will be provided using mocha and BDD style chai, although neither library is a dependency of enzyme.

Working with React 0.13

If you are wanting to use Enzyme with React 0.13, but don't already have React 0.13 installed, you should do so:

npm i react@0.13 --save

Next, to get started with enzyme, you can simply install it with npm:

npm i --save-dev enzyme

And then you're ready to go! In your test files you can simply require or import enzyme:

ES6:

import { shallow, mount, render } from 'enzyme';
const wrapper = shallow(<Foo />);

ES5:

var enzyme = require('enzyme');
var wrapper = enzyme.shallow(<Foo />);

Working with React 0.14

If you are wanting to use Enzyme with React 0.14, but don't already have React 0.14 and react-dom installed, you should do so:

npm i --save react@0.14 react-dom@0.14

Further, enzyme requires the test utilities addon be installed:

npm i --save-dev react-addons-test-utils@0.14

Next, to get started with enzyme, you can simply install it with npm:

npm i --save-dev enzyme

And then you're ready to go! In your test files you can simply require or import enzyme:

ES6:

import { shallow, mount, render } from 'enzyme';
const wrapper = shallow(<Foo />);

ES5:

var enzyme = require('enzyme');
var wrapper = enzyme.shallow(<Foo />);

Working with React 15

If you are wanting to use Enzyme with React 15, but don't already have React 15 and react-dom installed, you should do so:

npm i --save react@15.0.0-rc.2 react-dom@15.0.0-rc.2

Further, enzyme requires the test utilities addon be installed:

npm i --save-dev react-addons-test-utils@15.0.0-rc.2

Next, to get started with enzyme, you can simply install it with npm:

npm i --save-dev enzyme

And then you're ready to go! In your test files you can simply require or import enzyme:

ES6:

import { shallow, mount, render } from 'enzyme';
const wrapper = shallow(<Foo />);

ES5:

var enzyme = require('enzyme');
var wrapper = enzyme.shallow(<Foo />);