Sunday 27th September, 2015
11:20am to 12:00pm
After years of promoting PHPUnit I still hear it's hard to get started with unit testing. So instead of showing nice step-by-step examples on how to use PHPUnit, we're going to take an example straight from github.
So I've taken the challenge to start writing tests for PHP projects that don't have unit tests in place and explain how I decide where to begin, how I approach my test strategy and how I ensure I’m covering each possible use-case (and covering the CRAP index).
The goal of this presentation is to show everyone that even legacy code, spaghetti code and complex code bases can be tested. After this talk you can immediately apply my examples on your own codebase (even if it's a clean code base) and get started with testing. To follow along a basic knowledge unit testing with PHPUnit is required.
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