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window.URL.createObjectURL is not (yet) available in jest-dom - testing scenario

Since window.URL.createObjectURL is not (yet) available in jest-dom, you need to provide a mock implementation for it.
Don't forget to reset the mock implementation after each test.
describe("your test suite", () => {
  window.URL.createObjectURL = jest.fn();

  afterEach(() => {
    window.URL.createObjectURL.mockReset();
  });

  it("your test case", () => {
    expect(true).toBeTruthy();
  });
});

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