|Maintainer Contact:||email@example.com (Antonio Carlos Ribeiro)|
|Package Create Date:||2014-11-23|
|Package Last Update:||2019-12-23|
|Last Refreshed:||2021-09-26 15:14:38|
|Total Open Issues:||8|
TDD Dashboard, is an app (built as a Laravel PHP package) to watch and run all your tests during development. It supports any test framework working on terminal, and comes with some testers (PHPUnit, phpspec, behat, Jest, AVA...) preconfigured, but you can easily add yours, just tell it where the executable is and it's done. It also shows the progress of your tests, let you run a single test or all of them, and open your favorite code editor (PHPStorm, VSCode, Sublime Text, etc.) going right to the failing line of your test. If your test framework generate screenshots, it is also able to show it in the log page, with all the reds and greens you are used to see in your terminal.
It uses Laravel as motor, but supports (and has been tested with) many languages, frameworks and testing frameworks:
The Artisan commands Watcher and Tester are responsible for watching resources and firing tests, respectively:
Keep track of your files and enqueue your tests every time a project or test file is changed. If a project file changes, it will enqueue all your tests, if a test file changes, it will enqueue only that particular test. This is how you run it:
php artisan tddd:watch
Responsible for taking tests from the run queue, execute it and log the results. Tester will only execute enabled tests. This is how you run it:
php artisan tddd:test
It uses JoliNotif, so if it's not working on macOS, you can try installing terminal-notifier:
brew install terminal-notifier
This package was tested and is known to be compatible with
laravel new tddd cd tddd composer require pragmarx/tddd php artisan vendor:publish --provider="PragmaRX\Tddd\Package\ServiceProvider" valet link tddd # configure database on your .env php artisan migrate php artisan tddd:watch & php artisan tddd:work & open http://tddd.dev/tests-watcher/dashboard
For lots of examples, check this starter app, which will also help you create an independent dashboard for your tests.
Require it with Composer:
composer require pragmarx/tddd
Create a database, configure on your Laravel app and migrate it
php artisan migrate
Publish Ci configuration:
On Laravel 4.*
Add the service provider to your app/config/app.php:
php artisan config:publish pragmarx/tddd
On Laravel 5.*
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="PragmaRX\Tddd\Package\ServiceProvider"
'project bar (dusk)' => [ 'path' => $basePath, 'watch_folders' => [ 'app', 'tests/Browser' ], 'exclude' => [ 'tests/Browser/console/', 'tests/Browser/screenshots/', ], 'depends' => , 'tests_path' => 'tests', 'suites' => [ 'browser' => [ 'tester' => 'dusk', 'tests_path' => 'Browser', 'command_options' => '', 'file_mask' => '*Test.php', 'retries' => 0, ], ], ],
You have first to remember they are being executed in isolation, and, also, the environment is not exactly the same, so things like a cache and session may affect your results.
Laravel Ci is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License - see the
LICENSE file for details
Pull requests and issues are welcome.