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jest-fetch-mock

3.0.3 • Public • Published

Jest Fetch Mock

Fetch is the canonical way to do HTTP requests in the browser, and it can be used in other environments such as React Native. Jest Fetch Mock allows you to easily mock your fetch calls and return the response you need to fake the HTTP requests. It's easy to setup and you don't need a library like nock to get going and it uses Jest's built-in support for mocking under the surface. This means that any of the jest.fn() methods are also available. For more information on the jest mock API, check their docs here

It currently supports the mocking with the cross-fetch polyfill, so it supports Node.js and any browser-like runtime.

Contents

Usage

Package Installation

To setup your fetch mock you need to do the following things:

$ npm install --save-dev jest-fetch-mock

Create a setupJest file to setup the mock or add this to an existing setupFile. :

To setup for all tests

//setupJest.js or similar file
require('jest-fetch-mock').enableMocks()

Add the setupFile to your jest config in package.json:

"jest": {
  "automock": false,
  "setupFiles": [
    "./setupJest.js"
  ]
}

With this done, you'll have fetch and fetchMock available on the global scope. Fetch will be used as usual by your code and you'll use fetchMock in your tests

Default not mocked

If you would like to have the 'fetchMock' available in all tests but not enabled then add fetchMock.dontMock() after the ...enableMocks() line in setupJest.js:

// adds the 'fetchMock' global variable and rewires 'fetch' global to call 'fetchMock' instead of the real implementation
require('jest-fetch-mock').enableMocks()
// changes default behavior of fetchMock to use the real 'fetch' implementation and not mock responses
fetchMock.dontMock() 

If you want a single test file to return to the default behavior of mocking all responses, add the following to the test file:

beforeEach(() => { // if you have an existing `beforeEach` just add the following line to it
  fetchMock.doMock()
})

To enable mocking for a specific URL only:

beforeEach(() => { // if you have an existing `beforeEach` just add the following lines to it
  fetchMock.mockIf(/^https?:\/\/example.com.*$/, req => {
      if (req.url.endsWith("/path1")) {
        return "some response body"
      } else if (req.url.endsWith("/path2")) {
        return {
          body: "another response body",
          headers: {
            "X-Some-Response-Header": "Some header value"
          } 
        }
      } else {
        return {
          status: 404,
          body: "Not Found"
        }
      }
  })
})

If you have changed the default behavior to use the real implementation, you can guarantee the next call to fetch will be mocked by using the mockOnce function:

fetchMock.mockOnce("the next call to fetch will always return this as the body")

This function behaves exactly like fetchMock.once but guarantees the next call to fetch will be mocked even if the default behavior of fetchMock is to use the real implementation. You can safely convert all you fetchMock.once calls to fetchMock.mockOnce without a risk of changing their behavior.

To setup for an individual test

For JavaScript add the following line to the start of your test case (before any other requires)

require('jest-fetch-mock').enableMocks()

For TypeScript/ES6 add the following lines to the start of your test case (before any other imports)

import { enableFetchMocks } from 'jest-fetch-mock'
enableFetchMocks()

TypeScript importing

If you are using TypeScript and receive errors about the fetchMock global not existing, add a global.d.ts file to the root of your project (or add the following line to an existing global file):

import 'jest-fetch-mock'

If you prefer you can also just import the fetchMock in a test case.

import fetchMock from "jest-fetch-mock"

You may also need to edit your tsconfig.json and add "dom" and/or "es2015" and/or "esnext" to the 'compilerConfig.lib' property

Using with Create-React-App

If you are using Create-React-App (CRA), the code for setupTest.js above should be placed into src/setupTests.js in the root of your project. CRA automatically uses this filename by convention in the Jest configuration it generates. Similarly, changing to your package.json is not required as CRA handles this when generating your Jest configuration.

For Ejected Create React Apps ONLY:

Note: Keep in mind that if you decide to "eject" before creating src/setupTests.js, the resulting package.json file won't contain any reference to it, so you should manually create the property setupTestFrameworkScriptFile in the configuration for Jest, something like the following:

"jest": {
  "setupTestFrameworkScriptFile": "<rootDir>/src/setupTests.js"
 }

API

Mock Responses

  • fetch.mockResponse(bodyOrFunction, init): fetch - Mock all fetch calls
  • fetch.mockResponseOnce(bodyOrFunction, init): fetch - Mock each fetch call independently
  • fetch.once(bodyOrFunction, init): fetch - Alias for mockResponseOnce(bodyOrFunction, init)
  • fetch.mockResponses(...responses): fetch - Mock multiple fetch calls independently
    • Each argument is an array taking [bodyOrFunction, init]
  • fetch.mockReject(errorOrFunction): fetch - Mock all fetch calls, letting them fail directly
  • fetch.mockRejectOnce(errorOrFunction): fetch - Let the next fetch call fail directly
  • fetch.mockAbort(): fetch - Causes all fetch calls to reject with an "Aborted!" error
  • fetch.mockAbortOnce(): fetch - Causes the next fetch call to reject with an "Aborted!" error

Functions

Instead of passing body, it is also possible to pass a function that returns a promise. The promise should resolve with a string or an object containing body and init props

i.e:

fetch.mockResponse(() => callMyApi().then(res => ({ body: 'ok' })))
// OR
fetch.mockResponse(() => callMyApi().then(res => 'ok'))

The function may take an optional "request" parameter of type http.Request:

fetch.mockResponse(req =>
  req.url === 'http://myapi/'
    ? callMyApi().then(res => 'ok')
    : Promise.reject(new Error('bad url'))
)

Note: the request "url" is parsed and then printed using the equivalent of new URL(input).href so it may not match exactly with the URL's passed to fetch if they are not fully qualified. For example, passing "http://foo.com" to fetch will result in the request URL being "http://foo.com/" (note the trailing slash).

The same goes for rejects:

fetch.mockReject(() =>
  doMyAsyncJob().then(res => Promise.reject(res.errorToRaise))
)
// OR
fetch.mockReject(req =>
  req.headers.get('content-type') === 'text/plain'
    ? Promise.reject('invalid content type')
    : doMyAsyncJob().then(res => Promise.reject(res.errorToRaise))
)

Mock utilities

  • fetch.resetMocks() - Clear previously set mocks so they do not bleed into other mocks
  • fetch.enableMocks() - Enable fetch mocking by overriding global.fetch and mocking node-fetch
  • fetch.disableMocks() - Disable fetch mocking and restore default implementation of fetch and/or node-fetch
  • fetch.mock - The mock state for your fetch calls. Make assertions on the arguments given to fetch when called by the functions you are testing. For more information check the Jest docs

For information on the arguments body and init can take, you can look at the MDN docs on the Response Constructor function, which jest-fetch-mock uses under the surface.

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Response/Response

Each mocked response or err or will return a Mock Function. You can use methods like .toHaveBeenCalledWith to ensure that the mock function was called with specific arguments. For more methods detail, take a look at this.

Examples

In most of the complicated examples below, I am testing my action creators in Redux, but it doesn't have to be used with Redux.

Simple mock and assert

In this simple example I won't be using any libraries. It is a simple fetch request, in this case to google.com. First we setup the beforeEach callback to reset our mocks. This isn't strictly necessary in this example, but since we will probably be mocking fetch more than once, we need to reset it across our tests to assert on the arguments given to fetch.

Once we've done that we can start to mock our response. We want to give it an objectwith a data property and a string value of 12345 and wrap it in JSON.stringify to JSONify it. Here we use mockResponseOnce, but we could also use once, which is an alias for a call to mockResponseOnce

We then call the function that we want to test with the arguments we want to test with. In the then callback we assert we have got the correct data back.

Finally we can assert on the .mock state that Jest provides for us to test what arguments were given to fetch and how many times it was called

//api.js
export function APIRequest(who) {
  if (who === 'google') {
    return fetch('https://google.com').then(res => res.json())
  } else {
    return 'no argument provided'
  }
}
//api.test.js
import { APIRequest } from './api'
 
describe('testing api', () => {
  beforeEach(() => {
    fetch.resetMocks()
  })
 
  it('calls google and returns data to me', () => {
    fetch.mockResponseOnce(JSON.stringify({ data: '12345' }))
 
    //assert on the response
    APIRequest('google').then(res => {
      expect(res.data).toEqual('12345')
    })
 
    //assert on the times called and arguments given to fetch
    expect(fetch.mock.calls.length).toEqual(1)
    expect(fetch.mock.calls[0][0]).toEqual('https://google.com')
  })
})

Mocking all fetches

In this example I am mocking just one fetch call. Any additional fetch calls in the same function will also have the same mock response. For more complicated functions with multiple fetch calls, you can check out example 3.

import configureMockStore from 'redux-mock-store' // mock store
import thunk from 'redux-thunk'
 
const middlewares = [thunk]
const mockStore = configureMockStore(middlewares)
 
import { getAccessToken } from './accessToken'
 
describe('Access token action creators', () => {
  it('dispatches the correct actions on successful fetch request', () => {
    fetch.mockResponse(JSON.stringify({ access_token: '12345' }))
 
    const expectedActions = [
      { type: 'SET_ACCESS_TOKEN', token: { access_token: '12345' } }
    ]
    const store = mockStore({ config: { token: '' } })
 
    return (
      store
        .dispatch(getAccessToken())
        //getAccessToken contains the fetch call
        .then(() => {
          // return of async actions
          expect(store.getActions()).toEqual(expectedActions)
        })
    )
  })
})

Mocking a failed fetch

In this example I am mocking just one fetch call but this time using the mockReject function to simulate a failed request. Any additional fetch calls in the same function will also have the same mock response. For more complicated functions with multiple fetch calls, you can check out example 3.

import configureMockStore from 'redux-mock-store' // mock store
import thunk from 'redux-thunk'
 
const middlewares = [thunk]
const mockStore = configureMockStore(middlewares)
 
import { getAccessToken } from './accessToken'
 
describe('Access token action creators', () => {
  it('dispatches the correct actions on a failed fetch request', () => {
    fetch.mockReject(new Error('fake error message'))
 
    const expectedActions = [
      { type: 'SET_ACCESS_TOKEN_FAILED', error: { status: 503 } }
    ]
    const store = mockStore({ config: { token: '' } })
 
    return (
      store
        .dispatch(getAccessToken())
        //getAccessToken contains the fetch call
        .then(() => {
          // return of async actions
          expect(store.getActions()).toEqual(expectedActions)
        })
    )
  })
})

Mocking aborted fetches

Fetches can be mocked to act as if they were aborted during the request. This can be done in 4 ways:

  1. Using `fetch.mockAborted()`
  2. Using `fetch.mockAbortedOnce()`
  3. Passing a request (or request init) with a 'signal' to fetch that has been aborted
  4. Passing a request (or request init) with a 'signal' to fetch and a async function to `fetch.mockResponse` or `fetch.mockResponseOnce` that causes the signal to abort before returning the response
describe('Mocking aborts', () => {
  beforeEach(() => {
    fetch.resetMocks()
    fetch.doMock()
    jest.useFakeTimers()
  })
  afterEach(() => {
    jest.useRealTimers()
  })
 
  it('rejects with an Aborted! Error', () => {
    fetch.mockAbort()
    expect(fetch('/')).rejects.toThrow('Aborted!')
  })
  it('rejects with an Aborted! Error once then mocks with empty response', async () => {
    fetch.mockAbortOnce()
    await expect(fetch('/')).rejects.toThrow('Aborted!')
    await expect(request()).resolves.toEqual('')
  })
 
  it('throws when passed an already aborted abort signal', () => {
    const c = new AbortController()
    c.abort()
    expect(() => fetch('/', { signal: c.signal })).toThrow('Aborted!')
  })
 
  it('rejects when aborted before resolved', async () => {
    const c = new AbortController()
    fetch.mockResponse(async () => {
      jest.advanceTimersByTime(60)
      return ''
    })
    setTimeout(() => c.abort(), 50)
    await expect(fetch('/', { signal: c.signal })).rejects.toThrow('Aborted!')
  })
})

Mocking multiple fetches with different responses

In this next example, the store does not yet have a token, so we make a request to get an access token first. This means that we need to mock two different responses, one for each of the fetches. Here we can use fetch.mockResponseOnce or fetch.once to mock the response only once and call it twice. Because we return the mocked function, we can chain this jQuery style. It internally uses Jest's mockImplementationOnce. You can read more about it on the Jest documentation

import configureMockStore from 'redux-mock-store'
import thunk from 'redux-thunk'
 
const middlewares = [thunk]
const mockStore = configureMockStore(middlewares)
 
import { getAnimeDetails } from './animeDetails'
 
describe('Anime details action creators', () => {
  it('dispatches requests for an access token before requesting for animeDetails', () => {
    fetch
      .once(JSON.stringify({ access_token: '12345' }))
      .once(JSON.stringify({ name: 'naruto' }))
 
    const expectedActions = [
      { type: 'SET_ACCESS_TOKEN', token: { access_token: '12345' } },
      { type: 'SET_ANIME_DETAILS', animeDetails: { name: 'naruto' } }
    ]
    const store = mockStore({ config: { token: null } })
 
    return (
      store
        .dispatch(getAnimeDetails('21049'))
        //getAnimeDetails contains the 2 fetch calls
        .then(() => {
          // return of async actions
          expect(store.getActions()).toEqual(expectedActions)
        })
    )
  })
})

Mocking multiple fetches with fetch.mockResponses

fetch.mockResponses takes as many arguments as you give it, all of which are arrays representing each Response Object. It will then call the mockImplementationOnce for each response object you give it. This reduces the amount of boilerplate code you need to write. An alternative is to use .once and chain it multiple times if you don't like wrapping each response arguments in a tuple/array.

In this example our actionCreator calls fetch 4 times, once for each season of the year and then concatenates the results into one final array. You'd have to write fetch.mockResponseOnce 4 times to achieve the same thing:

describe('getYear action creator', () => {
  it('dispatches the correct actions on successful getSeason fetch request', () => {
    fetch.mockResponses(
      [
        JSON.stringify([{ name: 'naruto', average_score: 79 }]),
        { status: 200 }
      ],
      [
        JSON.stringify([{ name: 'bleach', average_score: 68 }]),
        { status: 200 }
      ],
      [
        JSON.stringify([{ name: 'one piece', average_score: 80 }]),
        { status: 200 }
      ],
      [
        JSON.stringify([{ name: 'shingeki', average_score: 91 }]),
        { status: 200 }
      ]
    )
 
    const expectedActions = [
      {
        type: 'FETCH_ANIMELIST_REQUEST'
      },
      {
        type: 'SET_YEAR',
        payload: {
          animes: [
            { name: 'naruto', average_score: 7.9 },
            { name: 'bleach', average_score: 6.8 },
            { name: 'one piece', average_score: 8 },
            { name: 'shingeki', average_score: 9.1 }
          ],
          year: 2016
        }
      },
      {
        type: 'FETCH_ANIMELIST_COMPLETE'
      }
    ]
    const store = mockStore({
      config: {
        token: { access_token: 'wtw45CmyEuh4P621IDVxWkgVr5QwTg3wXEc4Z7Cv' }
      },
      years: []
    })
 
    return (
      store
        .dispatch(getYear(2016))
        //This calls fetch 4 times, once for each season
        .then(() => {
          // return of async actions
          expect(store.getActions()).toEqual(expectedActions)
        })
    )
  })
})

Reset mocks between tests with fetch.resetMocks

fetch.resetMocks resets the fetch mock to give fresh mock data in between tests. It only resets the fetch calls as to not disturb any other mocked functionality.

describe('getYear action creator', () => {
  beforeEach(() => {
      fetch.resetMocks();
  });
  it('dispatches the correct actions on successful getSeason fetch request', () => {
 
    fetch.mockResponses(
      [
        JSON.stringify([ {name: 'naruto', average_score: 79} ]), { status: 200}
      ],
      [
        JSON.stringify([ {name: 'bleach', average_score: 68} ]), { status: 200}
      ]
    )
 
    const expectedActions = [
      {
        type: 'FETCH_ANIMELIST_REQUEST'
      },
      {
        type: 'SET_YEAR',
        payload: {
          animes: [
            {name: 'naruto', average_score: 7.9},
            {name: 'bleach', average_score: 6.8}
          ],
          year: 2016,
        }
      },
      {
        type: 'FETCH_ANIMELIST_COMPLETE'
      }
    ]
    const store = mockStore({
      config: { token: { access_token: 'wtw45CmyEuh4P621IDVxWkgVr5QwTg3wXEc4Z7Cv' }},
      years: []
    })
 
    return store.dispatch(getYear(2016))
      //This calls fetch 2 times, once for each season
      .then(() => { // return of async actions
        expect(store.getActions()).toEqual(expectedActions)
      })
  });
  it('dispatches the correct actions on successful getSeason fetch request', () => {
 
    fetch.mockResponses(
      [
        JSON.stringify([ {name: 'bleach', average_score: 68} ]), { status: 200}
      ],
      [
        JSON.stringify([ {name: 'one piece', average_score: 80} ]), { status: 200}
      ],
      [
        JSON.stringify([ {name: 'shingeki', average_score: 91} ]), { status: 200}
      ]
    )
 
    const expectedActions = [
      {
        type: 'FETCH_ANIMELIST_REQUEST'
      },
      {
        type: 'SET_YEAR',
        payload: {
          animes: [
            {name: 'bleach', average_score: 6.8},
            {name: 'one piece', average_score: 8},
            {name: 'shingeki', average_score: 9.1}
          ],
          year: 2016,
        }
      },
      {
        type: 'FETCH_ANIMELIST_COMPLETE'
      }
    ]
    const store = mockStore({
      config: { token: { access_token: 'wtw45CmyEuh4P621IDVxWkgVr5QwTg3wXEc4Z7Cv' }},
      years: []
    })
 
    return store.dispatch(getYear(2016))
      //This calls fetch 3 times, once for each season
      .then(() => { // return of async actions
        expect(store.getActions()).toEqual(expectedActions)
      })
      ,
 
  })
})

Using fetch.mock to inspect the mock state of each fetch call

fetch.mock by default uses Jest's mocking functions. Therefore you can make assertions on the mock state. In this example we have an arbitrary function that makes a different fetch request based on the argument you pass to it. In our test, we run Jest's beforeEach() and make sure to reset our mock before each it() block as we will make assertions on the arguments we are passing to fetch(). The most uses property is the fetch.mock.calls array. It can give you information on each call, and their arguments which you can use for your expect() calls. Jest also comes with some nice aliases for the most used ones.

// api.js
 
import 'cross-fetch'
 
export function APIRequest(who) {
  if (who === 'facebook') {
    return fetch('https://facebook.com')
  } else if (who === 'twitter') {
    return fetch('https://twitter.com')
  } else {
    return fetch('https://google.com')
  }
}
// api.test.js
import { APIRequest } from './api'
 
describe('testing api', () => {
  beforeEach(() => {
    fetch.resetMocks()
  })
 
  it('calls google by default', () => {
    fetch.mockResponse(JSON.stringify({ secret_data: '12345' }))
    APIRequest()
 
    expect(fetch.mock.calls.length).toEqual(1)
    expect(fetch.mock.calls[0][0]).toEqual('https://google.com')
  })
 
  it('calls facebook', () => {
    fetch.mockResponse(JSON.stringify({ secret_data: '12345' }))
    APIRequest('facebook')
 
    expect(fetch.mock.calls.length).toEqual(2)
    expect(fetch.mock.calls[0][0]).toEqual(
      'https://facebook.com/someOtherResource'
    )
    expect(fetch.mock.calls[1][0]).toEqual('https://facebook.com')
  })
 
  it('calls twitter', () => {
    fetch.mockResponse(JSON.stringify({ secret_data: '12345' }))
    APIRequest('twitter')
 
    expect(fetch).toBeCalled() // alias for expect(fetch.mock.calls.length).toEqual(1);
    expect(fetch).toBeCalledWith('https://twitter.com') // alias for expect(fetch.mock.calls[0][0]).toEqual();
  })
})

Using functions to mock slow servers

By default you will want to have your fetch mock return immediately. However if you have some custom logic that needs to tests for slower servers, you can do this by passing it a function and returning a promise when your function resolves

// api.test.js
import { request } from './api'
 
describe('testing timeouts', () => {
  it('resolves with function and timeout', async () => {
    fetch.mockResponseOnce(
      () =>
        new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(() => resolve({ body: 'ok' }), 100))
    )
    try {
      const response = await request()
      expect(response).toEqual('ok')
    } catch (e) {
      throw e
    }
  })
})

Conditional Mocking

In some test scenarios, you may want to temporarily disable (or enable) mocking for all requests or the next (or a certain number of) request(s). You may want to only mock fetch requests to some URLs that match a given request path while in others you may want to mock all requests except those matching a given request path. You may even want to conditionally mock based on request headers.

The conditional mock functions cause jest-fetch-mock to pass fetches through to the concrete fetch implementation conditionally. Calling fetch.dontMock, fetch.doMock, fetch.doMockIf or fetch.dontMockIf overrides the default behavior of mocking/not mocking all requests. fetch.dontMockOnce, fetch.doMockOnce, fetch.doMockOnceIf and fetch.dontMockOnceIf only overrides the behavior for the next call to fetch, then returns to the default behavior (either mocking all requests or mocking the requests based on the last call to fetch.dontMock, fetch.doMock, fetch.doMockIf and fetch.dontMockIf).

Calling fetch.resetMocks() will return to the default behavior of mocking all fetches with a text response of empty string.

  • fetch.dontMock() - Change the default behavior to not mock any fetches until fetch.resetMocks() or fetch.doMock() is called
  • fetch.doMock(bodyOrFunction?, responseInit?) - Reverses fetch.dontMock(). This is the default state after fetch.resetMocks()
  • fetch.dontMockOnce() - For the next fetch, do not mock then return to the default behavior for subsequent fetches. Can be chained.
  • fetch.doMockOnce(bodyOrFunction?, responseInit?) or fetch.mockOnce - For the next fetch, mock the response then return to the default behavior for subsequent fetches. Can be chained.
  • fetch.doMockIf(urlOrPredicate, bodyOrFunction?, responseInit?):fetch or fetch.mockIf - causes all fetches to be not be mocked unless they match the given string/RegExp/predicate (i.e. "only mock 'fetch' if the request is for the given URL otherwise, use the real fetch implementation")
  • fetch.dontMockIf(urlOrPredicate, bodyOrFunction?, responseInit?):fetch - causes all fetches to be mocked unless they match the given string/RegExp/predicate (i.e. "don't mock 'fetch' if the request is for the given URL, otherwise mock the request")
  • fetch.doMockOnceIf(urlOrPredicate, bodyOrFunction?, responseInit?):fetch or fetch.mockOnceIf - causes the next fetch to be mocked if it matches the given string/RegExp/predicate. Can be chained. (i.e. "only mock 'fetch' if the next request is for the given URL otherwise, use the default behavior")
  • fetch.dontMockOnceIf(urlOrPredicate):fetch - causes the next fetch to be not be mocked if it matches the given string/RegExp/predicate. Can be chained. (i.e. "don't mock 'fetch' if the next request is for the given URL, otherwise use the default behavior")
  • fetch.isMocking(input, init):boolean - test utility function to see if the given url/request would be mocked. This is not a read only operation and any "MockOnce" will evaluate (and return to the default behavior)

For convenience, all the conditional mocking functions also accept optional parameters after the 1st parameter that call mockResponse or mockResponseOnce respectively. This allows you to conditionally mock a response in a single call.

Conditional Mocking examples

 
describe('conditional mocking', () => {
  const realResponse = 'REAL FETCH RESPONSE'
  const mockedDefaultResponse = 'MOCKED DEFAULT RESPONSE'
  const testUrl = defaultRequestUri
  let crossFetchSpy
  beforeEach(() => {
    fetch.resetMocks()
    fetch.mockResponse(mockedDefaultResponse)
    crossFetchSpy = jest
      .spyOn(require('cross-fetch'), 'fetch')
      .mockImplementation(async () =>
        Promise.resolve(new Response(realResponse))
      )
  })
 
  afterEach(() => {
    crossFetchSpy.mockRestore()
  })
 
  const expectMocked = async (uri, response = mockedDefaultResponse) => {
    return expect(request(uri)).resolves.toEqual(response)
  }
  const expectUnmocked = async uri => {
    return expect(request(uri)).resolves.toEqual(realResponse)
  }
 
  describe('once', () => {
    it('default', async () => {
      const otherResponse = 'other response'
      fetch.once(otherResponse)
      await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, otherResponse)
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('dont mock once then mock twice', async () => {
      const otherResponse = 'other response'
      fetch
        .dontMockOnce()
        .once(otherResponse)
        .once(otherResponse)
 
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, otherResponse)
      await expectMocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('doMockIf', () => {
    it("doesn't mock normally", async () => {
      fetch.doMockIf('http://foo')
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches string', async () => {
      fetch.doMockIf(testUrl)
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches regex', async () => {
      fetch.doMockIf(new RegExp(testUrl))
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches predicate', async () => {
      fetch.doMockIf(input => input.url === testUrl)
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('dontMockIf', () => {
    it('mocks normally', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockIf('http://foo')
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches string', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockIf(testUrl)
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches regex', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockIf(new RegExp(testUrl))
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches predicate', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockIf(input => input.url === testUrl)
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('doMockOnceIf (default mocked)', () => {
    it("doesn't mock normally", async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf('http://foo')
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches string', async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf(testUrl)
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches regex', async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf(new RegExp(testUrl))
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches predicate', async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf(input => input.url === testUrl)
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('dontMockOnceIf (default mocked)', () => {
    it('mocks normally', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf('http://foo')
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches string', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf(testUrl)
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches regex', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf(new RegExp(testUrl))
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches predicate', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf(input => input.url === testUrl)
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('doMockOnceIf (default unmocked)', () => {
    beforeEach(() => {
      fetch.dontMock()
    })
    it("doesn't mock normally", async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf('http://foo')
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches string', async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf(testUrl)
      await expectMocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches regex', async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf(new RegExp(testUrl))
      await expectMocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('mocks when matches predicate', async () => {
      fetch.doMockOnceIf(input => input.url === testUrl)
      await expectMocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('dontMockOnceIf (default unmocked)', () => {
    beforeEach(() => {
      fetch.dontMock()
    })
    it('mocks normally', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf('http://foo')
      await expectMocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches string', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf(testUrl)
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches regex', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf(new RegExp(testUrl))
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    it('doesnt mock when matches predicate', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnceIf(input => input.url === testUrl)
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
  })
 
  describe('dont/do mock', () => {
    test('dontMock', async () => {
      fetch.dontMock()
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
    test('dontMockOnce', async () => {
      fetch.dontMockOnce()
      await expectUnmocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    test('doMock', async () => {
      fetch.dontMock()
      fetch.doMock()
      await expectMocked()
      await expectMocked()
    })
    test('doMockOnce', async () => {
      fetch.dontMock()
      fetch.doMockOnce()
      await expectMocked()
      await expectUnmocked()
    })
  })
 
const expectMocked = async (uri, response = mockedDefaultResponse) => {
  return expect(request(uri)).resolves.toEqual(response)
}
const expectUnmocked = async uri => {
  return expect(request(uri)).resolves.toEqual(realResponse)
}
 
describe('conditional mocking complex', () => {
  const realResponse = 'REAL FETCH RESPONSE'
  const mockedDefaultResponse = 'MOCKED DEFAULT RESPONSE'
  const testUrl = defaultRequestUri
  let crossFetchSpy
  beforeEach(() => {
    fetch.resetMocks()
    fetch.mockResponse(mockedDefaultResponse)
    crossFetchSpy = jest
      .spyOn(require('cross-fetch'), 'fetch')
      .mockImplementation(async () =>
        Promise.resolve(new Response(realResponse))
      )
  })
 
  afterEach(() => {
    crossFetchSpy.mockRestore()
  })
 
  describe('complex example', () => {
    const alternativeUrl = 'http://bar'
    const alternativeBody = 'ALTERNATIVE RESPONSE'
    beforeEach(() => {
      fetch
        // .mockResponse(mockedDefaultResponse) // set above - here for clarity
        .mockResponseOnce('1') // 1
        .mockResponseOnce('2') // 2
        .mockResponseOnce(async uri =>
          uri === alternativeUrl ? alternativeBody : '3'
        ) // 3
        .mockResponseOnce('4') // 4
        .mockResponseOnce('5') // 5
        .mockResponseOnce(async uri =>
          uri === alternativeUrl ? alternativeBody : mockedDefaultResponse
        ) // 6
    })
 
    describe('default (`doMock`)', () => {
      beforeEach(() => {
        fetch
          // .doMock()    // the default - here for clarify
          .dontMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnce()
          .dontMockOnce()
      })
 
      test('defaultRequestUri', async () => {
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '1') // 1
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 2
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '3') // 3
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '5') // 5
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, mockedDefaultResponse) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, mockedDefaultResponse) // 7
      })
 
      test('alternativeUrl', async () => {
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 1
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, '2') // 2
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, alternativeBody) // 3
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, '5') // 5
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, alternativeBody) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, mockedDefaultResponse) // 7
      })
    })
 
    describe('dontMock', () => {
      beforeEach(() => {
        fetch
          .dontMock()
          .dontMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnce()
          .dontMockOnce()
      })
 
      test('defaultRequestUri', async () => {
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '1') // 1
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 2
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '3') // 3
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 5
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 7
      })
 
      test('alternativeUrl', async () => {
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 1
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, '2') // 2
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, alternativeBody) // 3
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 5
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 7
      })
    })
 
    describe('doMockIf(alternativeUrl)', () => {
      beforeEach(() => {
        fetch
          .doMockIf(alternativeUrl)
          .dontMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnce()
          .dontMockOnce()
      })
 
      test('defaultRequestUri', async () => {
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '1') // 1
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 2
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '3') // 3
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 5
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 7
      })
 
      test('alternativeUrl', async () => {
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 1
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, '2') // 2
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, alternativeBody) // 3
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, '5') // 5
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, alternativeBody) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, mockedDefaultResponse) // 7
      })
    })
 
    describe('dontMockIf(alternativeUrl)', () => {
      beforeEach(() => {
        fetch
          .dontMockIf(alternativeUrl)
          .dontMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnceIf(alternativeUrl)
          .doMockOnce()
          .dontMockOnce()
      })
 
      test('defaultRequestUri', async () => {
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '1') // 1
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 2
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '3') // 3
        await expectUnmocked(defaultRequestUri) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, '5') // 5
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, mockedDefaultResponse) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectMocked(defaultRequestUri, mockedDefaultResponse) // 7
      })
 
      test('alternativeUrl', async () => {
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 1
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, '2') // 2
        await expectMocked(alternativeUrl, alternativeBody) // 3
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 4
        // after .once('..')
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 5
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 6
        // default 'isMocked' (not 'Once')
        await expectUnmocked(alternativeUrl) // 7
      })
    })
  })
})

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