Angular Unit Testing Interview Questions – Set 2



This quiz provides basic questions in relation to Angular unit testing. The following are some of the concepts which are covered in this quiz.

  • Angular unit testing fundamentals
  • Angular testing utilities – TestBed

TestBed.createComponent API returns which of the following?

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Which of the following property of ComponentFixture provides an access to component’s DOM element?

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Which of the following are properties of ComponentFixture instance returned by TestBed.createComponent API?

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Which of the following statement is true in relation with accessing value of component’s DOM property?

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Which of the following property of debugElement allows to access the value of DOM element?

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Which of the following API of componentFixture is used for finding change detection?

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Which of the following can be used to configure automatic change detection?

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TestBed.createComponent API automatically triggers change detection?

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Which of the following API of componentFixture needs to be explicitly called for property value to be bound to data property?

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Angular Unit Testing Interview Questions - Set 2
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