A large majority of the applications we write will inevitably include one or more forms. Whether login, account management, a contact or feedback page, or some core aspect of the application itself, they are here to stay. Because of their tedious nature (especially if they are long or complex), forms can be quite laborious to test making them prime candidates for unit testing.
In this talk we will look at some of the unit tests we can write against a reactive form written in Angular to validate that it does in fact behave the way we intend it to.
For a more detailed view on testing forms, check out my blog article: Testing Reactive Forms.