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link UI to project page

in UI folder:

yarn link

in arbor folder:
yarn link "@freshinup/coaching-ui"
yarn watch-poll

in UI : create page, snapshot test

bump version, change log

in client : arbor,
could write a test, another snapshot
shallow mount only

couching UI test page template - demo page

UI test wiki - test smart component


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