alexrili/lumen-test-booster

just a small boost of lumen tests

v1.0.2 2019-10-30 19:39 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2021-09-22 01:44:07 UTC


README

Just a small abstraction of lumen test with aspectmock and handler excpetion.

Install

# Install in dev mode
composer require alexrili/lumen-test-booster --dev

how to use

First of all, you need to make sure you have the Stubs folder inside your high level test folder. Name your clone classes as YourClassNameStub and put them inside a Stubs folder

    tests\
        Stubs\
          ClassYouWantToCloneStub

Import LumenTestBooster as a trait in your high level TestCase class.

use \LumenTestBooster;

// ...
abstract class TestCase extends Base
{
    use \LumenTestBooster;
//    ...
}

How to clone/mock your tests

Just ovewriter the setUp method and call $this->stubClasses() method to stub/mock your classes

Make sure you have, a Stubs folder inside your test high level folder.

//  ...    
    public function setUp(): void
    {
        $this->stubClasses([ClassYourWantToMock::class]);
        parent::setUp();
    }
//    ...

Use case

1st case scenario. Let's say you have a class name NotificationService and you want to mock/stub this class. First of all you need to create a NotificationServiceStub inside a tests/Stubs/ folder. After this, you just call $this->stubClasses([ClassYourWantToMock::class]); inside your setUp method. And That's It.

Don't forget to import LumenTestBooster in your TestCase class.

    tests\
        Stubs\
          NotificationServiceStub.php
//  ...    
    public function setUp(): void
    {
        $this->stubClasses([NotificationService::class]);
        parent::setUp();
    }
//    ...

2st case scenario. But, if you want to test some different returns of a method? Eg. you need to test a error return.

    tests\
        Stubs\
          NotificationServiceStub.php

Inside your StubClass(in this case NotificationServiceStub), you will create a sendEmailNotificationError() method. In this case you can disable exception handler by call $this->withoutShowingExceptions()

//  ...    
    /** @test */
    public function should_return_erro_when_consumer_doesnt_have_an_email()
    {
      $this->doubleMethod(NotificationService::class, 'sendEmailNotification')
                  ->setReturn(NotificationServiceStub::class, "sendEmailNotificationError");
    }
//    ...

Other configs

You can change exception handlers to not showing/handler in runtime. Say you have a specific test you want to return an error.

//  ...    
    /** @test */
    public function should_return_error()
    {
        $this->withoutShowingExceptions();
//     ...
    }
//    ...

You also can change the default set of stub paths.

This config must be put inside you high level test case class.

//  ...    
    /**
     * setup before class function
     *
     * @return void
     */
    public static function setUpBeforeClass(): void
    {

        self::initAspectMock(
        [
             'appDir' => '/', // root directory of your aplication. 
             'debug' => true, // to get debug details 
             'includePaths' => [__DIR__ . '/api/app', '/common'], // you can put how many folders you want to be maped here.
             'cacheDir' => __DIR__ . '../storage/cache/__tests_ // place where you 'mocked/stub' class are runing.
        ]);
        parent::setUpBeforeClass();
    }
//    ...

Thanks!

@GMBN (the goldenboy) @cadukiz