If you get this error message during a test, it’s because jest isn’t making the network call. You need to make a mock for fetch(), replacing the network call with a fake.
Several years ago, I wrote an article about this, and it was really a mess, but the PHP community understanding about autoloaders and namespaces was a lot worse than it is today. This article attempts to amend and supercede the original, and explain the magic.
Over here in Los Angeles, and the Southwest in general, there are a lot of people from who have Mexican or Latin American heritage, and have Spanish surnames.
The challenge with these names is twofold.
I was working on a small “speech bubble” library, and needed to delay hiding of the bubble. It’s not that it was required, but it was a pain in the butt figuring out how to arrange the event handlers on the different elements so that you don’t end up with a situation where you get a flickering bubble because you hide the bubble, and that fires a mouseover event that, in turn, displays the bubble again. That fires a mouseout event that causes the bubble to be hidden.
An example of partial application in PHP, using closures to implement functional-style programming. This technique helps to collapse loops into functions, and shorten code.
This article is based on an older article that has been cleaned up and improved.