This book is written for Vue.js 2 and Vue Test Utils v1.

Find the Vue.js 3 version here.

# Testing Vuex

The next few guides discuss testing Vuex.

# Two Sides of Testing Vuex

Generally components will interact with Vuex by

  1. committing a mutation
  2. dispatching an action
  3. access the state via $store.state or getters

These tests are to assert that the component behaves correctly based on the current state of the Vuex store. They do not need to know about the implementation of the mutators, actions or getters.

Any logic performed by the store, such as mutations and getters, can be tested in isolation. Since Vuex stores are comprised of regular JavaScript functions, they are easily unit tested.

The first few guides discuss techniques to test Vuex in isolation considering mutations, actions and getters. Following guides introduce some techniques to test components that use a Vuex store, and ensure they behave correctly based on the store's state.