Building SQL QueriesDocumentation

Expo / WebSQL Testing

The @databases/websql module defaults to an in-memory database in node.js, meaning you can get an isolated database for every test run.

Jest

Assuming you have a file that looks like:

// db.js
import connect, {sql} from '@databases/expo';

export {sql};

const db = connect('db_name');
export default db;

You can add a mock:

// db.mock.js
import connect, {sql} from '@databases/websql';

export {sql};

const db = connect(); // in memory db
export default db;

Then in you test, you can tell jest to use your mock:

jest.setMock('../db', require('../db.mock'));
import db, {sql} from '../db';

test('createUser', async () => {
  await createUser('Joe Blogs', 'joe.blogs@example.com');
  expect(await db.query(sql`SELECT name, email FROM users`)).toEqual([
    {name: 'Joe Blogs', email: 'joe.blogs@example.com'},
  ]);
});

The nice thing about this is every test gets its own isolated copy of the database.

API
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