I've had the pleasure of using @pestphp for a couple of weeks now, and have been really enjoying using it in a couple of different projects.
I've put together a video series introducing Pest and its concepts, which will go live at 12PM EThttps://t.co/CghJqnF3S7
— Michael Dyrynda (@michaeldyrynda) May 20, 2020
You can check out the full playlist on YouTube:
At the time of writing this series thirteen videos to quickly get you up-to-speed with Pest:
- Introducing Pest
- Getting Started with Pest
- Writing tests
- Higher-Order Tests
- Working with PHPUnit
- Making assertions
- Setup and teardown
- Custom helpers
- Exceptions and errors
- Grouping Tests
- Skipping Tests
- Code coverage
PestPHP was released as open-source this week after reaching the project’s goal of 75 sponsors. You can learn more about this package, get full installation instructions, and view the source code on GitHub at pestphp/pest.Filed in: News
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