PhpUnitGen can be used online, because it parse the PHP code
instead of using PHP Reflections.
Like many other tools, it can be configure in it operation or it design.
Thanks to the configuration button - in top right corner when you are in the application - you can change those parameters:
- Editor height: allow to change the PHP editor height.
- Theme: allow to change the application colors (in addition, there are surprises when you use the application 🦄).
- Automatic generation: allow to automatically generate unit tests for getters / setters methods, or instantiate classes or traits.
- Private / protected methods parsing: allow to activate / disable the skeletons generation for private or protected methods.
- Interface parsing: allow to activate / disable the skeleton generation for PHP interface.
- Generated tests PHPDoc: allow to manage a list of PHPDoc annotations (
@authorfor example) that will be added to the tests class header.
This configuration will be automatically saved each time it is updated, directly in your browser storage. It is possible to reset it with the "reset" button, in the bottom left corner of the configuration page.
The web application can be used with two solutions:
- You can import a PHP file.
- You can use the PHP code editor (remember that you can give a name to the generated class, in the field above the editor).
Finally, when you are on this documentation, you can click on the bottom link of the menu to go on the PhpUnitGen application.
Now you know how to use PhpUnitGen on the web application, learn more on PhpUnitGen annotations.