SymfonyOnline June 2024: How to Test an External API with 0 Mocks?

SymfonyOnline June 2024 is in less than 2 months: on June 6-7, get ready for the impressive lineup of speakers and topics. Visit here to learn more and don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!

We’re excited to reveal the next speaker, and it’s none other than…

Imen Ezzine, @imenezzine1, Developer, Sensiolabs, will talk about „How to Test an External API with 0 Mocks?“:

„In an era where external APIs are becoming increasingly prevalent, our tests find themselves dependent on these APIs.

The initial thought for our tests might be to create mocks to simulate these APIs, but this can quickly become tedious and challenging to maintain.

In this conference, we will explore how to test an external API while staying closely aligned with its contract and without relying on any mocks.“

It’s easy to join SymfonyOnline June 2024 with just a few clicks:

1) Read the detailed talks:

Maximilian Beckers, Marie Minasyan, Fabien Potencier, Kevin Bond, Carlos Granados, Simon André, are part of our incredible team of speakers. Further announcements will be made shortly, stay tuned!

The detailed and the first part of the program is available here!

You will soon discover also the exciting workshops that await you!

2) Register by clicking on Buy ticket and benefit from the regular rate until May 6th (included).

3) Choose the ticket of your choice:

June 4-5: Workshop only. It is possible to attend a two-day training or two one-day trainings.
June 6-7: Conference only Talks in English. Each talk replay from the conference will be available as soon as each talk ends!
June 4-7: Combo ticket „Conference + Workshops“ to live a Symfony week experience!

4) Follow the „conference“ blog posts to not miss anything!

Stay informed about the latest Symfony developments and participate in this exciting event from the comfort of your home!

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