Rackspace and load test automation

Well, last workday of this week turned out nice. I’ve been working with LoadImpact.com for a few months, providing text material for their blog. Mostly hands on technical stuff about load testing, how their tool can be used, and fun things you can find out with a good Load Testing tool at hand. But this […]

Using CodeIgniter migrations with PHPUnit

Even some of the CodeIgniter developers are not especially happy about how Migrations are implemented in the current version. Never the less, if you have a CodeIgniter 2.x code base that you want to write unit tests for, you may want to use them. In a PHPUnit test class, you can use setUp() and tearDown() […]

CodeIgniter for PHP CodeSniffer gets better

Just a quick note, my PHP CodeSniffer standard for CodeIgniter improves gradually, since I originally mentioned it a month ago, the following improvements have been made to the repo: Improved indentation checks in switch statements, works with tabs now Correct file and class naming when creating libraries (CodeIgniter expects capitalized file names for libraries) Support […]

PHP CodeSniffer and CodeIgniter

I recently found out that Thomas Ernest have created a CodeIgniter standard for CodeSniffer. He mentioned on the CI formus that it’s not perfect and does spit out a few warnings and errors for things that are really OK in the CI style guide. False positives. This is the slightly modified welcome.php controller file I wanted to […]