orchestra/testbench

Laravel Package Unit Testing Helper

Installs: 91 931

Dependents: 283

Stars: 88

Watchers: 14

Forks: 9

Language: PHP

v3.1.1 2015-07-04 19:13 UTC

README

Testbench Component is a simple package that is supposed to help you write tests for your Laravel package, especially when there is routing involved.

Latest Stable Version Total Downloads MIT License Build Status Coverage Status Scrutinizer Quality Score Reference Status

Version Compatibility

Laravel Testbench 4.0.x 2.0.x 4.1.x 2.1.x 4.2.x 2.2.x 5.0.x 3.0.x 5.1.x 3.1.x 5.2.x 3.2.x@dev

Installation

To install through composer, simply put the following in your composer.json file:

{
    "require-dev": {
        "orchestra/testbench": "~3.0"
    }
}

And then run composer install from the terminal.

Quick Installation

Above installation can also be simplify by using the following command:

composer require --dev "orchestra/testbench=~3.0"

Usage

To use Testbench Component, all you need to do is extend Orchestra\Testbench\TestCase instead of PHPUnit_Framework_TestCase. The fixture app booted by Orchestra\Testbench\TestCase is predefined to follow the base application skeleton of Laravel 5.

<?php

class TestCase extends Orchestra\Testbench\TestCase {}

Custom Service Provider

To load your package service provider, override the getPackageProviders.

protected function getPackageProviders($app)
{
    return ['Acme\AcmeServiceProvider'];
}

Custom Aliases

To load your package alias, override the getPackageAliases.

protected function getPackageAliases($app)
{
    return [
        'Acme' => 'Acme\Facade'
    ];
}

Overriding setUp() method

Since Orchestra\Testbench\TestCase replace Laravel's Illuminate\Foundation\Testing\TestCase, if you need your own setUp() implementation, do not forget to call parent::setUp():

/**
 * Setup the test environment.
 */
public function setUp()
{
    parent::setUp();

    // Your code here
}

If you need to add something early in the application bootstrapping process, you could use the getEnvironmentSetUp() method:

/**
 * Define environment setup.
 *
 * @param  \Illuminate\Foundation\Application  $app
 * @return void
 */
protected function getEnvironmentSetUp($app)
{
    //
}

Overriding Console Kernel

You can easily swap Console Kernel for application bootstrap by overriding resolveApplicationConsoleKernel() method:

/**
 * Resolve application Console Kernel implementation.
 *
 * @param  \Illuminate\Foundation\Application  $app
 * @return void
 */
protected function resolveApplicationConsoleKernel($app)
{
    $app->singleton('Illuminate\Contracts\Console\Kernel', 'Acme\Testbench\Console\Kernel');
}

Overriding HTTP Kernel

You can easily swap HTTP Kernel for application bootstrap by overriding resolveApplicationHttpKernel() method:

/**
 * Resolve application HTTP Kernel implementation.
 *
 * @param  \Illuminate\Foundation\Application  $app
 * @return void
 */
protected function resolveApplicationHttpKernel($app)
{
    $app->singleton('Illuminate\Contracts\Http\Kernel', 'Acme\Testbench\Http\Kernel');
}

Overriding Application Timezone

You can also easily override application default timezone, instead of the default "UTC":

/**
 * Get application timezone.
 *
 * @param  \Illuminate\Foundation\Application  $app
 * @return string|null
 */
protected function getApplicationTimezone($app)
{
    return 'Asia/Kuala_Lumpur';
}

Example

To see a working example of testbench including how to set your configuration, check the file:

Troubleshoot

No supported encrypter found. The cipher and / or key length are invalid.

RuntimeException: No supported encrypter found. The cipher and / or key length are invalid.

This error would only occur if your test suite require actual usage of the encrypter. To solve this you can add a dummy APP_KEY or use a specific key to your application/package phpunit.xml.

<phpunit>

    // ... 

    <php>
        <env name="APP_KEY" value="AckfSECXIvnK5r28GVIWUAxmbBSjTsmF"/>
    </php>

</phpunit>