Roni
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Test if a view partial is loaded in a phpunit test

Posted 1 month ago by Roni

Is there a way to access a segment of a View response object? I'm trying to test if a view partial has been loaded in a less brittle way than just using see.

when I dd the response object I can find the view list

 #finder: Illuminate\View\FileViewFinder {#120
          #files: Illuminate\Filesystem\Filesystem {#121}
          #paths: array:1 [
            0 => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views"
          ]
          #views: array:13 [
            "static.new-front" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/static/new-front.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.events.upcomming-conferences" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/events/upcomming-conferences.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.weight-management" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/weight-management.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.notifications.sale-free-registration" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/notifications/sale-free-registration.php"
            "segments.front.v2.compression-therapy" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/compression-therapy.blade.php"
            "layouts.new-front-with-nav" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/layouts/new-front-with-nav.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.navbar" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/navbar.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.reviews.div" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/reviews/div.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.newsletter" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/newsletter.blade.php"
            "segments.front.map" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/map.blade.php"
            "segments.front.v2.footer" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/front/v2/footer.blade.php"
            "segments.scripts.front.v2.navbar" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/scripts/front/v2/navbar.blade.php"
            "segments.scripts.front.v2.newsletter" => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/resources/views/segments/scripts/front/v2/newsletter.blade.php"
          ]
          #hints: array:2 [
            "notifications" => array:1 [
              0 => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Notifications/resources/views"
            ]
            "pagination" => array:1 [
              0 => "/Users/roni/code/php/laravel/5.7/munroe/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Pagination/resources/views"
            ]
          ]

but I can't figure out how to isolate that portion of the view object and test against it. Any advice is welcome.

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