DrupalCon Baltimore 2017: Bending Behat’s Benefits

Steve Persch at DrupalCon Baltimore 2017: "Bending Behat's Benefits" Behat is a tool for having better conversations with your team about expectations for the software being built. By it's nature, Behat separates the expectations (the steps written in feature files) from the implementation details (the PHP files that define the steps). This separation of concerns … Continue reading DrupalCon Baltimore 2017: Bending Behat’s Benefits

Welcoming Stephen Harris to the WordHat team

Behat is deceptively simple to set up, even without a using a helpful framework like WordHat or the Behat Drupal Extension, which provide flexible integration options, and a range of pre-built and ready-to-use step definitions, for their platforms of choice. When I started building WordHat, I spent several months researching other Behat implementations for WordPress (other projects, … Continue reading Welcoming Stephen Harris to the WordHat team

WordHat

I'm pleased to announce WordHat. WordHat is an integration layer between Behat, Mink, and WordPress, providing WordPress-specific functionality for common testing scenarios specific to WordPress sites. Behat is a behaviour-driven development framework for PHP, but it can also be used for automated, in-browser testing. This article on ThinkShout's site gives a good introduction to Behat … Continue reading WordHat