sofa/eloquent-testsuite

Helpers for fast and reliable UNIT tests for your Eloquent Models with PHPUnit

v1.1.3 2020-05-19 02:43 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2020-07-12 03:06:31 UTC


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help yourself UNIT test Eloquent models

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Usage

Add EloquentTestsuite trait to your PHPUnit Test:

Testing Relations

<?php
class SomeModelTest extends \PHPUnit\Framework\TestCase
{
    use EloquentSuite;

    /** @test */
    public function user_belongs_to_organization()
    {
        $user = $this->createRelationMock(User::class, 'belongsTo', Organization::class);
        $this->assertRelation('belongsTo', $user->organization());
    }

    /** @test */
    public function user_has_many_customers()
    {
        // $relation is a Mockery mock
        [$user, $relation] = $this->createRelationChainMock(User::class, 'hasMany', Customer::class);

        $relation->shouldReceive('active')->once()->andReturnSelf();
        $relation->shouldReceive('latest')->once()->andReturnSelf();

        $this->assertRelation('hasMany', $user->customers());
    }
}

Testing Scope Definitions

Testing scope definitions provide a shorthand assertion to verify that a given scope exists on the model, and it performs the expected filtering on the model results.

The available assertion methods are:

<?php
assertScopeFilters(Model $model, string $scope, string $column, string $value)
assertScopeFiltersNull(Model $model, string $scope, string $column)
assertScopeFiltersNotNull(Model $model, string $scope, string $column)
assertScopeFiltersIn(Model $model, string $scope, string $column, array $values)
assertScopeFiltersNotIn(Model $model, string $scope, string $column, array $values)
<?php
class SomeModelTest extends \PHPUnit\Framework\TestCase
{
    use EloquentSuite;

    public function testScopePublished()
    {
        $article = new Article();
        $this->assertScopeFilters($article, 'published', 'status', 1);
    }

    public function testScopeAvailable()
    {
        $article = new Article();
        $this->assertScopeFiltersNull($article, 'available', 'deleted_at');
    }
    
    public function testScopeDeleted()
    {
        $article = new Article();
        $this->assertScopeFiltersNotNull($article, 'deleted', 'deleted_at');
    }
}

For more advanced assertions you can just use EloquentSuite to create the query and then do custom assertions on the method and parameters. For instance take this scope definition that does a raw where query.

<?php
    public function scopeValidOnDate($query, $date)
    {
        return $query->whereRaw('? between valid_from and valid_to', [$date]);
    }

You can unit test this definition using the following syntax:

<?php
    public function testScopeValidOnDate()
    {
        $assertion = $this->stringContains('valid_from');
        $params = ['2020-10-10'];
        $query = $this->createQueryMock('whereRaw', $assertion, $params);
        $ticket = new Ticket();
        $ticket->scopeValidOnDate($query, '2020-10-10');
    }

Installation

Add package to your project:

path/to/your/app$ composer require sofa/eloquent-testsuite

Contribution

All contributions are welcome, PRs must be PSR-2 compliant.