Yesterday I shared an example where setting explicit primary key values in your tests can make your tests more reliable. Let’s take a look at another example.
Based on the projects I’ve seen over the years, it’s a bit unusual to set an explicit primary key value when arranging the database state for a feature test. I’d like to share a few times when this strategy can make your tests more reliable.
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Application Performance Monitoring (APM) is an important tool to be aware of when developing apps for production. I recently tried out Scout APM and it’s new first-class support for Laravel and PHP. Whether you’re a seasoned APM pro or have never used this tool at all, you may be interested in my findings.