Using the Pest testing framework in Symfony

Testing your code is very important as a software developer. It not only helps you prevent bugs when you’re adding or changing features, but a good test suite also gives you and your customers a lot of confidence in the stability of the product.

Testing in Symfony is fairly easy using the symfony/phpunit-bridge package. You’ll write classes containing your tests and run them, no problem. But creating the classes adds a lot of boilerplate code. What if I told you it’s possible to get rid of a lot of boilerplate code and have a nice and elegant way of writing your tests as if you’re writing an English sentence? This is where Pest comes in!

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