Dusk

Running Dusk tests on Travis CI and CircleCI
Laravel Tutorials / March 30, 2017

Running Dusk tests on Travis CI and CircleCI

Laravel Dusk allows us to write end-to-end tests for JavaScript enabled applications by running an actual browser, which simulates an actual user interaction with our applications and provides us with a more accurate feedback on how our application behaves. However, it wasn’t very clear how to run Dusk tests on different Continuous Integration services, so …

Automatically Making Monthly Payments with Dusk
Laravel Tutorials / January 19, 2017

Automatically Making Monthly Payments with Dusk

Laravel Dusk is a new feature coming to Laravel 5.4 and even though that release isn’t out, people have started using it. In fact, Jordan Dalton is now using it to automatically pay his monthly utility bill: Okay, so Laravel dusk is pretty amazing. The other day I was making my utility payment online which …

Laravel Dusk Alpha Is Now Available For Testing
News / January 13, 2017

Laravel Dusk Alpha Is Now Available For Testing

Laravel Dusk, the new end-to-end testing driver, coming to Laravel 5.4 is now available for Alpha Testing. Alpha: if you want to kick the tires with an alpha release of Dusk, you can install it now: https://t.co/g4JKmXQu0n ✅ — Laravel (@laravelphp) January 13, 2017 Of course, people have wasted no time in starting to test … Continue reading Laravel Dusk Alpha Is Now Availab... Read more…

Laravel Dusk Is Coming to Laravel 5.4
Laravel 5.4 / December 27, 2016

Laravel Dusk Is Coming to Laravel 5.4

When you write end-to-end tests, Laravel provides a set of useful helper methods which make it easy to click a link, fill an input field, or submit a form. Under the hood, Laravel uses the Symfony BrowserKit component to simulate the behavior of the web browser. However, if your app uses JavaScript and AJAX to … Continue reading Laravel Dusk Is Coming to Laravel 5.4Read more…