Firstly, love the product, and you won me over from LastPass recently with being open source and simple to use.
I am a frontend developer (mostly Angular) in my day job, so I have been looking at the Browser, Web, and Desktop repo’s codebase with keen interest. I noticed that Angular components and services are lacking component/unit tests, so I was wondering if you’d be open for contribution via PR in that area and whether it’d add value to you?
If the answer is yes, my follow-up question would be whether you have any preferences on the testing style. Angular’s out the box testing functionality is great, however in my experience, it can be a pain to set up the fixture, fire events, run change detection and so on. It can also be abit hard to read when the setup is more complex. I’ve been liking the testing approach of https://testing-library.com/ and their angular flavour https://testing-library.com/docs/angular-testing-library/intro. Would be good to hear your thoughts.