Substitutability or the Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) is a concept that I’ve tried to adhere to for some years when writing code. It’s beneficial for many reasons, but particularly when testing, as it can indirectly force you to write code that is more testable. Recently, I’ve started appreciating how it works in Go, and will step through how in this short article.
Debugging requests can be a time-consuming process. However, there’s a tool that makes doing so a lot simpler. It’s called Postman. In this tutorial, I step you through its core features and show you how to use them.
PhpStorm offers so much functionality. From syntax highlighting to Docker integration, it’s an extremely comprehensive tool. However, have you ever thought of using it to run your unit tests? In this article, I step you through running tests, from an entire suite to an individual test.
Recently, I’ve moved into security at ownCloud. As part of the new role, I’ve had to invest lots of time learning about web application security attack vectors and about applications and tools for testing security.
Using Codeception as your testing framework of choice? Did you know it’s really easy to test Zend Expressive TableGateway classes? It’s almost painfully easy. This tutorial walks you through, step-by-step.