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Learn CakePHP: With Unit Testing, Second Edition by Rādhārādhya Dāsa

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Rādhārādhya Dāsa, Learn CakePHP, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1212-7_13

13. Testing from Command Line

Rādhārādhya Dāsa

(1)Somogyvamos, Hungary

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You need the right tools to do good work

Running tests can be time-consuming, but this doesn’t require any user interaction. For that reason, tests are ideal targets for automation. CakePHP has a built-in test shell that we’ve already used in the previous chapters. As was mentioned earlier, testing in the browser is boring, time-consuming, and not the best option. With unit tests, you can develop without touching the browser. This one thing can significantly shorten development time.

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