TDD - Test-Driven Drupal
Testing is important. Why? It allows developers to add new features and edit and refactor existing code without the worry of adding regressions, reduces the reliance on manual testing to discover bugs, and by taking a test driven approach, your implementation code is leaner as you only write what is needed for your tests to pass.
Drupal 7 includes the SimpleTest module for unit and functional testing, whilst Drupal 8 also includes and supports PHPUnit - the defacto PHP testing framework, used by other PHP projects including Symfony and Laravel - making it easier for people to test their code. And with testing being one of the Drupal core gates with tests needing to be included with every new feature or bug fix, and core’s 100% pass rate policy, testing has become an essential skill when contributing to core, or when working on your own projects. In this talk, we’ll cover the methodology and terminology involved with automated testing, and then take a test driven approach to creating a new Drupal module.
- DrupalCamp London 2017 in London, UK - 4th March 2017
- DrupalCamp Dublin 2017 in Dublin, Ireland - 21st October 2017
- Drupal Bristol in Bristol, UK - 22nd November 2017
- Drupal Somerset in Glastonbury, UK - 14th June 2018
- Drupal Developer Days 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal - 5th July 2018
- DrupalCamp London 2019 in London, UK - 2nd March 2019
- NWDUG in Manchester, UK - 12th May 2020
- Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADCamp) - 14th October 2020
- DrupalCon Europe 2020 - 8th December 2020