AFAICT Elemental 2 doesn't really have any code to be tested (Java methods directly map to JS methods). You would test the browser API itself which browser vendors already do. So I would mock any elemental 2 class and use JUNIT to test whatever component/abstraction you build on top of elemental 2. And if elemental 2 has some @JsOverlay methods then elemental 2 should already have a test for it.--
What you should do anyways is end to end testing using webdriver/selenium to make sure the app experience does not change and UI behavior works as designed. IMHO these are the most important but also most time consuming tests.
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