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Symfony Blog:
Unit Testing your Models
October 09, 2008 @ 10:20:00

Symfony developers out there will be happy to know that, since the release of symfony 1.1, writing unit tests for your models has been made even easier.

Writing unit tests for your Propel or Doctrine model is much more easier as of symfony 1.1. In this tutorial, you will learn some great tips and best practices to write better tests for your models.

The tutorial walks you through the creating of a simple test - evaluating a few criteria for the database contents. The entire thing is contained inside of YML files and is easily run via the sfConfig and integrated Propel functionality.

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