Having established how to create mock methods with stubs that run multiple times, I was pretty certain that I had finally slain the unit testing dragon, was king of the PHPUnit castle and a lifetime of finely tested code and buxom wenches awaited me (because buxom wenches go weak at the knees for well tested … Continue reading Rock Out With Your Mock Out: Using the PHPUnit at() Method
Another day, another PHPUnit revelation. Yesterday some code started returning an internal server error. In true developer fashion, I ran the same process several times and was absolutely staggered to find that the same thing happened every time. No amount of hard refreshing or cache clearing would help. I considered phoning the server hosting company … Continue reading PHPUnit stubs methods that run more than once.
Another day, another PHP Codesniffer induced solution to some code that worked fine before, but I just couldn't leave it alone once Codesniffer scolded me. This time it was: Detected access of super global var $_POST, probably needs manual inspection No problem. I've used filter_input before, lets do this. First problem, I'm dealing with an … Continue reading Parsing $_POST variables and arrays with filter_input_array, filter input and FILTER_CALLBACK
In an attempt to shape myself into a poster boy for "Best Practice WordPress Development", I've faithfully installed, Vagrant, I write unit tests and I run Codesniffer on all the new code I write (and am painstakingly refactoring old code at the same time). On a recent job, a quick run of Codesniffer produced (among … Continue reading Testing values filtered with filter_input with PHPUnit
Having mastered the ability to cause time to stand still, the next challenge I faced while writing what are probably technically not unit tests, was a lack of direction, or rather too much direction. Consider something like this: So far so good, if the user has the correct capabilities they can view the page. If … Continue reading Testing methods that redirect with PHPUnit