diggindata/yii2-app-basic

Yii 2 Basic Project Template - Enhanced

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Yii 2 Basic Project Template


Yii 2 Basic Project Template is a skeleton Yii 2 application best for rapidly creating small projects.

This is a fork of the offifcial Yii 2 Basic Project Template.

The template contains the basic features including user login/logout and a contact page. It includes all commonly used configurations that would allow you to focus on adding new features to your application.

These modules are included:

  • raoul2000/yii2-bootswatch-asset: Use Bootswatch theme in your Yii application with minimum effort
  • dektrium/user: Flexible user registration and authentication module for Yii2
  • dektrium/rbac: RBAC management module for Yii2
  • nemmo/yii2-attachments: Extension for file uploading and attaching to the models
  • bizley/migration: Migration generator for Yii 2
  • yii2mod/yii2-settings: Yii2 Settings Module
  • thrieu/yii2-grid-view-state: Save filters from GridView to session, keep the filter state between pages.

Also it contains a Lookups module and CRUD to manage gridview saved filters.

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DIRECTORY STRUCTURE

  assets/             contains assets definition
  commands/           contains console commands (controllers)
  config/             contains application configurations
  controllers/        contains Web controller classes
  data/               contains folders for database backups and uploaded files/attachments
  mail/               contains view files for e-mails
  models/             contains model classes
  modules/            contains application modules, currently that are `backuprestore` and `lookup`
  migrations/         contains database migrations to create tables needed
  myTemplates/        contains gii templates for models and CRUD pages
  rbac/               contains an example rule `Author` 
  runtime/            contains files generated during runtime
  tests/              contains various tests for the basic application
  vendor/             contains dependent 3rd-party packages
  views/              contains view files for the Web application
  web/                contains the entry script and Web resources
  widgets/            contains widhets, currently `Alert` and `GridView`

REQUIREMENTS

The minimum requirement by this project template that your Web server supports PHP 5.4.0.

INSTALLATION

Install via Composer

If you do not have Composer, you may install it by following the instructions at getcomposer.org.

You can then install this project template using the following command:

composer create-project --prefer-dist yiisoft/yii2-app-basic basic

Now you should be able to access the application through the following URL, assuming basic is the directory directly under the Web root.

http://localhost/basic/web/

Install from an Archive File

Extract the archive file downloaded from yiiframework.com to a directory named basic that is directly under the Web root.

Set cookie validation key in config/web.php file to some random secret string:

'request' => [
    // !!! insert a secret key in the following (if it is empty) - this is required by cookie validation
    'cookieValidationKey' => '<secret random string goes here>',
],

You can then access the application through the following URL:

http://localhost/basic/web/

Install with Docker

Update your vendor packages

docker-compose run --rm php composer update --prefer-dist

Run the installation triggers (creating cookie validation code)

docker-compose run --rm php composer install    

Start the container

docker-compose up -d

You can then access the application through the following URL:

http://127.0.0.1:8000

NOTES:

  • Minimum required Docker engine version 17.04 for development (see Performance tuning for volume mounts)
  • The default configuration uses a host-volume in your home directory .docker-composer for composer caches

CONFIGURATION

TESTING

Tests are located in tests directory. They are developed with Codeception PHP Testing Framework. By default there are 3 test suites:

  • unit
  • functional
  • acceptance

Tests can be executed by running

vendor/bin/codecept run

The command above will execute unit and functional tests. Unit tests are testing the system components, while functional tests are for testing user interaction. Acceptance tests are disabled by default as they require additional setup since they perform testing in real browser.

Running acceptance tests

To execute acceptance tests do the following:

  1. Rename tests/acceptance.suite.yml.example to tests/acceptance.suite.yml to enable suite configuration

  2. Replace codeception/base package in composer.json with codeception/codeception to install full featured version of Codeception

  3. Update dependencies with Composer

     composer update  
    
  4. Download Selenium Server and launch it:

     java -jar ~/selenium-server-standalone-x.xx.x.jar
    

    In case of using Selenium Server 3.0 with Firefox browser since v48 or Google Chrome since v53 you must download GeckoDriver or ChromeDriver and launch Selenium with it:

     # for Firefox
     java -jar -Dwebdriver.gecko.driver=~/geckodriver ~/selenium-server-standalone-3.xx.x.jar
        
     # for Google Chrome
     java -jar -Dwebdriver.chrome.driver=~/chromedriver ~/selenium-server-standalone-3.xx.x.jar
    

    As an alternative way you can use already configured Docker container with older versions of Selenium and Firefox:

     docker run --net=host selenium/standalone-firefox:2.53.0
    
  5. (Optional) Create yii2_basic_tests database and update it by applying migrations if you have them.

    tests/bin/yii migrate
    

    The database configuration can be found at config/test_db.php.

  1. Start web server:

     tests/bin/yii serve
    
  2. Now you can run all available tests

    # run all available tests
    vendor/bin/codecept run
    
    # run acceptance tests
    vendor/bin/codecept run acceptance
    
    # run only unit and functional tests
    vendor/bin/codecept run unit,functional
    

Code coverage support

By default, code coverage is disabled in codeception.yml configuration file, you should uncomment needed rows to be able to collect code coverage. You can run your tests and collect coverage with the following command:

#collect coverage for all tests
vendor/bin/codecept run -- --coverage-html --coverage-xml

#collect coverage only for unit tests
vendor/bin/codecept run unit -- --coverage-html --coverage-xml

#collect coverage for unit and functional tests
vendor/bin/codecept run functional,unit -- --coverage-html --coverage-xml

You can see code coverage output under the tests/_output directory.