christophwurst/nextcloud_testing

Simple and fast unit and integration testing framework for Nextcloud, based on PHPUnit

v0.12.4 2021-02-18 08:41 UTC

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Last update: 2022-07-18 11:28:33 UTC


README

Simple and fast unit and integration testing framework for Nextcloud, based on PHPUnit

Features

  • Minimal setUp/tearDown overhead for unit tests
  • Simple trait-based mechanism to reset database after integration tests
  • Based on PHPUnit

Unit Tests

Use TestCase as base class for your test case:

<?php

use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\TestCase;

class ControllerTest extends TestCase {

    … your test code …

}

Integration Tests

Include the DatabaseTransaction trait in your test case and any changes to the database will be rolled back after each test:

<?php

use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\DatabaseTransaction;
use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\TestCase;

class ControllerTest extends TestCase {

    use DatabaseTransaction;

    … your test code …

}

Selenium Tests

Include the Selenium trait in your test case and access the Webdriver instance via $this->webDriver:

<?php

use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\Selenium;
use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\TestCase;

class ControllerTest extends TestCase {

    use Selenium;

    public function testWithSelenium() {
        …

        $this->webDriver->get('http://localhost:8080/index.php/login');

        …
    }

}

This framework targets Sauce Labs as testing back-end that runs the test browser instances. Hence, it is necessary to set the SAUCE_USERNAME and SAUCE_ACCESS_KEY env variables. SELENIUM_BROWSER lets you choose the browser to run your tests against.

Test Users

Include the TestUser trait in your test case to conveniently generate new test users. The trait will create a new user with a random UID (including collision detection).

<?php

use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\TestCase;
use ChristophWurst\Nextcloud\Testing\TestUser;

class ControllerTest extends TestCase {

    use TestUser;

    public function testWithSelenium() {
        …

        $user = $this->createTestUser();

        …
    }

}

The returned user is of type IUser. You can read its UID with $user->getUID(). Note that the user is not removed after the test.