PHP Unit Testing Framework

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PHP Unit Testing Framework
PHP Unit Testing Framework Logo.png
Developer(s) Ed Heal
Stable release
1.0 / April 28, 2011; 6 years ago (2011-04-28)
Written in PHP
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Test tool
License GNU General Public License

PHP Unit Testing Framework is a unit testing framework that enables developers to discover bugs and in turn drive down the costs associated with developing PHP software.


To remove the complications of trying to test software (that needs to be integrated) through a web server this framework uses the command line interface. This enables individual classes to be tested thoroughly before they are integrated together.

The PHP Unit Testing Framework generates reports in either XML, XHTML or ASCII.

The PHP Unit Testing Framework is one of the xUnit family of unit testing frameworks. A variety of assertions are available.


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