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How to easily write functional tests for Slim 3.0 RC3

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30 Nov, 2015 02:42 PM

Hello Everyone,
we have decided to adopt Slim as our framework of choice to use for a set of internal APIs. As I'm looking into it I'm wondering how I can start writing acceptance/functional tests for my routes. Ideally, I would rather not get into implementation details about the framework and would want to do something like
```php $client = new Client(new App()); $res = $client->get($req);


I've been extensively diving in both docs and code and the closest thing I could find was here:

Is there an easier way? How do you guys write your functional tests? Any suggestion will be really appreciated :) Thanks
  1. 1 Posted by Jnardiello on 30 Nov, 2015 02:44 PM

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    Apparently the formatting got completely messed up (and I can't edit it). Sorry about that :)

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