Bruno Skvorc has written a new tutorial on getting started with BDD in Laravel.
For many developers BDD is a complicated subject, and getting started with it the right way often does not come easy – especially when you need to implement it into an existing framework. This tutorial aims to help you get a BDD-powered Laravel project up and running in very little time, introducing you to the basic concepts and workflow you’ll need to proceed on your own. We’ll be installing and using Behat and PhpSpec.
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