Deprecated This feature is no longer recommended. Though some browsers might still support it, it may have already been removed from the relevant web standards, may be in the process of being dropped, or may only be kept for compatibility purposes. Avoid using it, and update existing code if possible; see the compatibility table at the bottom of this page to guide your decision.

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Be aware that this feature may cease to work at any time. The deprecated Navigator. If permission is denied, no compatible input devices exist, or any other error condition occurs, the error callback is executed with a MediaStreamError object describing what went wrong. If the user instead doesn't make a choice at all, neither callback is executed. This is a legacy method. Please use the newer navigator. While technically not deprecated, this old callback version is marked as such, since the specification strongly encourages using the newer promise returning version.

Here's an example of using getUserMediaincluding code to cope with various browsers' prefixes. Note that this is the deprecated way of doing it: See the Examples section under the MediaDevices. To use getUserMedia in an installable app for example, a Firefox OS appyou need to specify one or both of the following fields inside your manifest file:. See permission: audio-capture and permission: video-capture for more information. New code should use Navigator.

Get the latest and greatest from MDN delivered straight to your inbox. Sign in to enjoy the benefits of an MDN account. The compatibility table on this page is generated from structured data. Prefixed Notes. Last modified: Dec 26,by MDN contributors.Manual mocks are used to stub out functionality with mock data.

For example, instead of accessing a remote resource like a website or a database, you might want to create a manual mock that allows you to use fake data. This ensures your tests will be fast and not flaky. For example, to mock a module called user in the models directory, create a file called user.

When we require that module in our tests, explicitly calling jest. If the module you are mocking is a Node module e. There's no need to explicitly call jest. Scoped modules can be mocked by creating a file in a directory structure that matches the name of the scoped module. Warning: If we want to mock Node's core modules e. When a manual mock exists for a given module, Jest's module system will use that module when explicitly calling jest.

However, when automock is set to truethe manual mock implementation will be used instead of the automatically created mock, even if jest. To opt out of this behavior you will need to explicitly call jest. Note: In order to mock properly, Jest needs jest. Here's a contrived example where we have a module that provides a summary of all the files in a given directory.

In this case we use the core built in fs module. Since we'd like our tests to avoid actually hitting the disk that's pretty slow and fragilewe create a manual mock for the fs module by extending an automatic mock. Our manual mock will implement custom versions of the fs APIs that we can build on for our tests:. Now we write our test.

The example mock shown here uses jest. This is the recommended approach, but is completely optional. If you do not want to use the automatic mock at all, you can export your own functions from the mock file. One downside to fully manual mocks is that they're manual — meaning you have to manually update them any time the module they are mocking changes. Because of this, it's best to use or extend the automatic mock when it works for your needs. To ensure that a manual mock and its real implementation stay in sync, it might be useful to require the real module using jest.ES6 classes are constructor functions with some syntactic sugar.

Therefore, any mock for an ES6 class must be a function or an actual ES6 class which is, again, another function.

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So you can mock them using mock functions. We'll use a contrived example of a class that plays sound files, SoundPlayerand a consumer class which uses that class, SoundPlayerConsumer. Calling jest. It replaces the ES6 class with a mock constructor, and replaces all of its methods with mock functions that always return undefined. Method calls are saved in theAutomaticMock.

Please note that if you use arrow functions in your classes, they will not be part of the mock. The reason for that is that arrow functions are not present on the object's prototype, they are merely properties holding a reference to a function. If you don't need to replace the implementation of the class, this is the easiest option to set up. For example:.

This allows you to specify the implementation, and it can be used across test files. A module factory is a function that returns the mock. In order to mock a constructor function, the module factory must return a constructor function. In other words, the module factory must be a function that returns a function - a higher-order function HOF.

A limitation with the factory parameter is that, since calls to jest. An exception is made for variables that start with the word 'mock'. It's up to you to guarantee that they will be initialized on time! For example, the following will throw an out-of-scope error due to the use of 'fake' instead of 'mock' in the variable declaration:. You can replace all of the above mocks in order to change the implementation, for a single test or all tests, by calling mockImplementation on the existing mock.

Calls to jest. You can specify a mock later, e. This also allows you to change the mock between tests, if needed:. Building your constructor function mock using jest. This section shows how you can create your own mocks to illustrate how mocking works.

This class will be used in place of the real class.

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This allows you to inject a test implementation for the class, but does not provide a way to spy on calls. The module factory function passed to jest. This will allow calling new on the mock. Again, this allows you to inject different behavior for testing, but does not provide a way to spy on calls.The MediaDevices.

It returns a Promise that resolves to a MediaStream object. If the user denies permission, or matching media is not available, then the promise is rejected with NotAllowedError or NotFoundError respectively. Note: It's possible for the returned promise to neither resolve nor reject, as the user is not required to make a choice at all and may simply ignore the request. Generally, you will access the MediaDevices singleton object using navigator.

Note: If the current document isn't loaded securely, navigator. See Security for more information on this and other security issues related to using getUserMedia. A MediaStreamConstraints object specifying the types of media to request, along with any requirements for each type. The constraints parameter is a MediaStreamConstraints object with two members: video and audiodescribing the media types requested.

Either or both must be specified. If the browser cannot find all media tracks with the specified types that meet the constraints given, then the returned promise is rejected with NotFoundError.

If true is specified for a media type, the resulting stream is required to have that type of track in it. If one cannot be included for any reason, the call to getUserMedia will result in an error. While information about a user's cameras and microphones are inaccessible for privacy reasons, an application can request the camera and microphone capabilities it needs and wants, using additional constraints.

The following expresses a preference for x camera resolution:. The browser will try to honour this, but may return other resolutions if an exact match is not available, or the user overrides it.

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To require a capability, use the keywords minmaxor exact a. The following demands a minimum resolution of x If no camera exists with this resolution or higher, then the returned promise will be rejected with OverconstrainedErrorand the user will not be prompted. The reason for the difference in behaviour is that the keywords minmaxand exact are inherently mandatory.

Whereas plain values and a keyword called ideal are not.

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Here's a full example:. An ideal value, when used, has gravity, which means that the browser will try to find the setting and camera, if you have more than onewith the smallest fitness distance from the ideal values given. Plain values are inherently ideal, which means that the first of our resolution examples above could have been written like this:.

Not all constraints are numbers. For example, on mobile devices, the following will prefer the front camera if one is available over the rear one:. Another non-number constraint is the deviceId constraint. If you have a deviceId from mediaDevices. The above will return the camera you requested, or a different camera if that specific camera is no longer available.

Again, to require the specific camera, you would use:.

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A Promise whose fulfillment handler receives a MediaStream object when the requested media has successfully been obtained. Rejections of the returned promise are made by passing a DOMException error object to the promise's failure handler. Possible errors are:. As an API that may involve significant privacy concerns, getUserMedia 's specification lays out a wide array of privacy and security requirements that browsers are obligated to meet.

In addition, user permission is always required to access the user's audio and video inputs. Only a window's top-level document context for a valid origin can even request permission to use getUserMediaunless the top-level context expressly grants permission for a given represents a nested browsing context, embedding another HTML page into the current one. Otherwise, the user will never even be asked for permission to use the input devices.Mock functions allow you to test the links between code by erasing the actual implementation of a function, capturing calls to the function and the parameters passed in those callscapturing instances of constructor functions when instantiated with newand allowing test-time configuration of return values.

There are two ways to mock functions: Either by creating a mock function to use in test code, or writing a manual mock to override a module dependency. Let's imagine we're testing an implementation of a function forEachwhich invokes a callback for each item in a supplied array.

To test this function, we can use a mock function, and inspect the mock's state to ensure the callback is invoked as expected. All mock functions have this special. These mock members are very useful in tests to assert how these functions get called, instantiated, or what they returned:. Mock functions are also very effective in code that uses a functional continuation-passing style. Code written in this style helps avoid the need for complicated stubs that recreate the behavior of the real component they're standing in for, in favor of injecting values directly into the test right before they're used.

Most real-world examples actually involve getting ahold of a mock function on a dependent component and configuring that, but the technique is the same. In these cases, try to avoid the temptation to implement logic inside of any function that's not directly being tested. Suppose we have a class that fetches users from our API. The class uses axios to call the API then returns the data attribute which contains all the users:. Now, in order to test this method without actually hitting the API and thus creating slow and fragile testswe can use the jest.

Once we mock the module we can provide a mockResolvedValue for. In effect, we are saying that we want axios. Still, there are cases where it's useful to go beyond the ability to specify return values and full-on replace the implementation of a mock function. This can be done with jest. The mockImplementation method is useful when you need to define the default implementation of a mock function that is created from another module:.

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When you need to recreate a complex behavior of a mock function such that multiple function calls produce different results, use the mockImplementationOnce method:. When the mocked function runs out of implementations defined with mockImplementationOnceit will execute the default implementation set with jest. For cases where we have methods that are typically chained and thus always need to return thiswe have a sugary API to simplify this in the form of a.

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You can optionally provide a name for your mock functions, which will be displayed instead of "jest. Use this if you want to be able to quickly identify the mock function reporting an error in your test output. Finally, in order to make it less demanding to assert how mock functions have been called, we've added some custom matcher functions for you:. These matchers are sugar for common forms of inspecting the. You can always do this manually yourself if that's more to your taste or if you need to do something more specific:.

Using a mock function Let's imagine we're testing an implementation of a function forEachwhich invokes a callback for each item in a supplied array. It will also assert on the name.The jest object is automatically in scope within every test file. The methods in the jest object help create mocks and let you control Jest's overall behavior. See automock section of configuration for more information. After this method is called, all require s will return the real versions of each module rather than a mocked version.

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This is usually useful when you have a scenario where the number of dependencies you want to mock is far less than the number of dependencies that you don't. For example, if you're writing a test for a module that uses a large number of dependencies that can be reasonably classified as "implementation details" of the module, then you likely do not want to mock them.

Examples of dependencies that might be considered "implementation details" are things ranging from language built-ins e. Note: this method was previously called autoMockOff.

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When using babel-jestcalls to disableAutomock will automatically be hoisted to the top of the code block. Use autoMockOff if you want to explicitly avoid this behavior.

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Note: this method was previously called autoMockOn. When using babel-jestcalls to enableAutomock will automatically be hoisted to the top of the code block. Use autoMockOn if you want to explicitly avoid this behavior.

Given the name of a module, use the automatic mocking system to generate a mocked version of the module for you. This is useful when you want to create a manual mock that extends the automatic mock's behavior. Creates a new mock function. The new function has no formal parameters and when called will return undefined. This functionality also applies to async functions. Creates new class. The interface of the original class is maintained, all of the class member functions and properties will be mocked.

Mocks a module with an auto-mocked version when it is being required. For example:. The second argument can be used to specify an explicit module factory that is being run instead of using Jest's automocking feature:.

When importing a default export, it's an instruction to import the property named default from the export object:. The third argument can be used to create virtual mocks — mocks of modules that don't exist anywhere in the system:. Warning: Importing a module in a setup file as specified by setupTestFrameworkScriptFile will prevent mocking for the module in question, as well as all the modules that it imports. Modules that are mocked with jest. Another file that imports the module will get the original implementation even if it runs after the test file that mocks the module.

Indicates that the module system should never return a mocked version of the specified module from require e. The most common use of this API is for specifying the module a given test intends to be testing and thus doesn't want automatically mocked. When using babel-jestcalls to mock will automatically be hoisted to the top of the code block. Use this method if you want to explicitly avoid this behavior. One example when this is useful is when you want to mock a module differently within the same file:.

Using jest. Follow these if you don't want to use require in your tests:. When using babel-jestcalls to unmock will automatically be hoisted to the top of the code block. Explicitly supplies the mock object that the module system should return for the specified module.Mock functions are also known as "spies", because they let you spy on the behavior of a function that is called indirectly by some other code, rather than only testing the output.

You can create a mock function with jest. If no implementation is given, the mock function will return undefined when invoked. An array containing the call arguments of all calls that have been made to this mock function.

Each item in the array is an array of arguments that were passed during the call. For example: A mock function f that has been called twice, with the arguments f 'arg1', 'arg2'and then with the arguments f 'arg3', 'arg4'would have a mock. An array containing the results of all calls that have been made to this mock function.

Each entry in this array is an object containing a type property, and a value property. The value property contains the value that was thrown or returned. For example: A mock function f that has been called three times, returning 'result1'throwing an error, and then returning 'result2'would have a mock.

An array that contains all the object instances that have been instantiated from this mock function using new. For example: A mock function that has been instantiated twice would have the following mock. Resets all information stored in the mockFn. Beware that mockClear will replace mockFn. You should therefore avoid assigning mockFn. The clearMocks configuration option is available to clear mocks automatically between tests.

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This is useful when you want to completely reset a mock back to its initial state. Note that resetting a spy will result in a function with no return value. Beware that mockReset will replace mockFn. This is useful when you want to mock functions in certain test cases and restore the original implementation in others.

Beware that mockFn. Thus you have to take care of restoration yourself when manually assigning jest. The restoreMocks configuration option is available to restore mocks automatically between tests. Accepts a function that should be used as the implementation of the mock. The mock itself will still record all calls that go into and instances that come from itself — the only difference is that the implementation will also be executed when the mock is called.