Have you ever ...
• Changed one part of your site and accidentally broken some other part but didn't notice until it was too late?
• Gotten an "unclear requirement" from a client, where you couldn't really tell if you've satisfied it or not?
• Asked non-developers to help with testing, but they missed things or didn't have the time?
If so, Behat might be able to help!
Behat (http://behat.org/) is a tool for doing automated, functional testing of your site. Unlike other functional testing tools, the feature specifications are written in human-readable text (rather than code)!
This means your client can sign off on them as part of the project's requirements and non-developers (even the client!) can help create them.
In this presentation, we'll look at some example Behat feature specifications and use them to test a Drupal site.
The best food at a Meetup!
As always, Steve will bring some amazing home cookin'! We might not be the biggest Meetup, but we have the best food!
Bring your problems & successes:
Are you working on a Drupal site and hit a problem? Bring it to the meetup and we'll try to help you solve it!
Did you just create something awesome with Drupal? Or learn something cool? Show it off during a 5 minute lightning talk.