tienvx/mbt-bundle

Provide tools to test a system using Model Based Testing technique.

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Type:symfony-bundle

v1.8.7 2019-07-19 18:11 UTC

README

This Bundle provides ability to test your application using Model Based Testing techique.

The major features are:

  1. Allow to test your application even though the application is not implemented yet.
  2. Automatically generate test cases when a task is created.
  3. Automatically execute those test cases to test your application.
  4. Automatically reduce reproduce path when a bug is found.
  5. Automatically report the bug when the reproduce path is reduced.

All you have to do:

  1. Define models to describe your application.
  2. Define subjects to interact with your application.
  3. Create tasks based on your need. e.g.:
    1. Test the whole application to make sure there are no bugs in the application.
    2. Test only models that have a tag to make sure the part of your application is still working while developing a feature.
    3. Test a model to make sure a bug that has been fixed is not regressed.
  4. Manage bugs that has been found. e.g. mark a bug has been fixed.
  5. You don't have to maintains test cases that has been generated automatically, instead, you may need to maintains models and subjects.

Requirements

  • PHP 7.1 / 7.2 / 7.3
  • Symfony 4.3
  • See also the require section of composer.json

Installation

Step 1: Create symfony project

Before testing your application, you need to create new symfony project to use this bundle:

$ composer create-project symfony/skeleton my-project

Step 2: Download the Bundle

Install lastest version of this bundle:

$ composer require tienvx/mbt-bundle "^1.8"

Step 3: Config file storage

In order to save screenshots of bug report, we need to configure file system:

flysystem:
    storages:
        # Name of the storage is matter
        mbt.storage:
            adapter: 'local'
            options:
                directory: '%kernel.project_dir%/var/storage/screenshots'

Step 4: Create models and subjects

Model is the way to describe part your application. Subject is the way to tell this bundle to interact with your application.

Testing

You can run the tests with:

$ phpunit
$ composer run-script test # if you want to clear the cache

Documentation

For the usage guide and reference, see wiki

Built With

  • Symfony - The web framework, and its components
  • Graphp algorithms - Common mathematical graph algorithms implemented in PHP
  • Doctrine - Database storage and object mapping

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome, please send pull requests.

If you found any bug, please report issues.

Please read CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md for details on our code of conduct, and CONTRIBUTING.md for the process for submitting pull requests to us.

Authors

  • Tien Vo - Initial work - tienvx

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

License

This package is available under the MIT license.