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Pest PHP V2 Snippets for Sublime Text

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Pest PHP Sublime Text Snippets

Credits

This package was inspired by the vs-code pest-snippets package

Installation

Use Sublime Text's Package Control to install this package.

About

Pest PHP Sublime Text Sublime Snippets is a compilation of code snippets for writing tests with Pest PHP v2.

Code snippets are templates for the codes you use most often.

Using snippets allows you to write code faster, boosting your productivity, and preventing mistakes.

⭐ Please consider starring the GitHub repository if you find this package useful.

🚀 Quick start

Just type :p to get a list of all code snippets.

Additionally, you can type:

  • :pte to access all test() snippets.

  • :pti to access all it() snippets.

  • :pex to access the available expect() methods.

🗒️ Code Snippet List

Test templates

Pest provides two functions for writing tests: test() and it().

Type :pte + [TAB] to use the test() function:

test("", function () {
  //expect()->
});

Type :pit + [TAB] to the ìt() function:

it("", function () {
  //expect()->
});

Skipping tests

Type :ptes / :pits to create a test with skip():

test("", function () {
  //...
})->skip();

Skipping tests (Todo)

Type :petodo / :pitodo + [TAB] to create a test with todo():

test("", function () {
  //...
})->todo();

Skipping tests (WIP)

WIP stands for “Work In Progress”.

Type :ptewip / :pitwip to create a test with skip('wip'):

test("", function () {
  //...
})->skip("wip");

Groups of tests

Type :pteg / :pitg + [TAB] to create a test with group():

test("", function () {
  //...
})->group();

Datasets

Type :pted / :pitd + [TAB] to create a test with with():

test("", function () {
  //...
})->with();

Type :pteld / :pitld + [TAB] to create a test with with() using Lazy datasets:

test("", function () {
  //...
})->with(function () {
  yield "";
});

Exceptions & Errors

Type :ptet / :pitt + [TAB] to create a test with throws():

test("throws exception", function () {
  //...
})->throws();

Type :ptetif / :pittif + [TAB] to create a test with throwsIf():

test("throws exception if...", function () {
  //...
})->throwsIf();

Type :penoex / :pitnoex + [TAB] to create a test with throwsNoExceptions():

test("throws no exceptions", function () {
  //...
})->throwsNoExceptions();

Setup and teardown

Type :pbe + [TAB] to create a beforeEach() function:

beforeEach(function () {
  //...
});

Type :pae + [TAB] to create a afterEach() function:

afterEach(function () {
  //...
});

Type :pba + [TAB] to create a beforeAll() function:

beforeAll(function () {
  //...
});

Type :paa + [TAB] to create a afterAll() function:

afterAll(function () {
  //...
});

Expectation API

Type :pex + [TAB] to create a expect() function:

expect();

Then, type :pex and use your keyboard to move through all the different expectation methods.

For example, type: pex + [TAB] and then :pextobe + [TAB] results in:

expect()->toBe();

Available expect() methods: | Trigger | Snippet | | —————————– | —————————- | | : pex | expect()-> | | : pextobe | ->toBe() | | : pextobearray | ->toBeArray() | | : pextobeempty | ->toBeEmpty() | | : pextobetrue | ->toBeTrue() | | : pextobetruthy | ->toBeTruthy() | | : pextobefalse | ->toBeFalse() | | : pextobefalsy | ->toBeFalsy() | | : pextobegreaterthan | ->toBeGreaterThan() | | : pextobegreaterthanorequal | ->toBeGreaterThanOrEqual() | | : pextobelessthan | ->toBeLessThan() | | : pextobelessthanorequal | ->toBeLessThanOrEqual() | | : pextocontain | ->toContain() | | : pextocontainonlyins | ->toContainOnlyInstancesOf() | | : pextohavecount | ->toHaveCount() | | : pextohavemethod | ->toHaveMethod() | | : pextohavemethods | ->toHaveMethods() | | : pextohaveproperty | ->toHaveProperty() | | : pextohaveproperties | ->toHaveProperties() | | : pextomatcharray | ->toMatchArray() | | : pextomatchobject | ->toMatchObject() | | : pextoequal | ->toEqual() | | : pextoequalcanonicalizing | ->toEqualCanonicalizing() | | : pextoequalwithdelta | ->toEqualWithDelta() | | : pextobein | ->toBeIn() | | : pextobeinfinite | ->toBeInfinite() | | : pextobeinstanceof | ->toBeInstanceOf() | | : pextobebool | ->toBeBool() | | : pextobecallable | ->toBeCallable() | | : pextobefloat | ->toBeFloat() | | : pextobeint | ->toBeInt() | | : pextobeiterable | ->toBeIterable() | | : pextobenumeric | ->toBeNumeric() | | : pextobeobject | ->toBeObject() | | : pextoberesource | ->toBeResource() | | : pextobescalar | ->toBeScalar() | | : pextobestring | ->toBeString() | | : pextobejson | ->toBeJson() | | : pextobenan | ->toBeNan() | | : pextobenull | ->toBeNull() | | : pextohavekey | ->toHaveKey() | | : pextohavekeys | ->toHaveKeys() | | : pextohavelength | ->toHaveLength() | | : pextobefile | ->toBeFile() | | : pextobedirectory | ->toBeDirectory() | | : pextobereadabledirectory | ->toBeReadableDirectory() | | : pextobereadablefile | ->toBeReadableFile() | | : pextobewritabledirectory | ->toBeWritableDirectory() | | : pextobewritablefile | ->toBeWritableFile() | | : pextostartwith | ->toStartWith() | | : pextothrow | ->toThrow() | | : pextoendwith | ->toEndWith() | | : pextomatch | ->toMatch() | | : pextomatchconstraint | ->toMatchConstraint() | | : pexdd | ->dd() | | : pexray | ->ray() | | : pexjson | ->json()-> | | : pexand | ->and()-> | | : pexnot | ->not()-> | | : pexdef | ->defer()-> | | : pexeach | ->each()-> | | : pexsequence | ->sequence() | | : pexwhen | ->when() | | : pexunless | ->unless() | | : pexunless | ->unless() |