I can use Figwheel (maybe), `doo`, JS interop, or raw JS to test against the dom

It’s easier to test the front-end with JavaScript than with ClojureScript at the moment. JS has many tools (Puppeteer, Selenium, PhantomJS) to let me spawn a browser, a page from a browser, interact with the page, and then test for what’s on the page based on my interaction.

I have four leads right now for testing functions on the dom: Figwheel, doo, the use of JS libraries via JS interop, and raw JS testing against the ClJS-compiled JS.

I use Figwheel to write front-end code, and I see that it has testing documentation. I hope Figwheel handles the problem of testing the dom, else why would it offer testing when cljs.test exists?