4.13. Testing

Because of the use of the async architecture in the Backendpy framework, we will need to run the tests as async for most sections in our applications. Hence, the Backendpy framework provides the AsyncTestCase class, which is the subclass of unittest.TestCase, to which async execution has been added.

Example of testing a database query:

import unittest
from asyncio import current_task
from backendpy.unittest import AsyncTestCase
from backendpy.db import get_db_engine, get_db_session
from ..db import queries

DATABASE = {'host': 'localhost', 'port': '5432', 'name': 'your_db_name',
            'username': 'your_db_user', 'password': 'your_db_password'}

class QueriesTestCase(AsyncTestCase):

    def setUp(self) -> None:
        self.db_engine = get_db_engine(DATABASE, echo=True)
        self.db_session = get_db_session(self.db_engine, scope_func=current_task)

    async def tearDown(self) -> None:
        await self.db_session.remove()
        await self.db_engine.dispose()

    async def test_get_users(self):
        result = await queries.get_users(self.db_session())
        self.assertNotEqual(result, False)

if __name__ == '__main__':

API test example:

import unittest
from backendpy.unittest import TestCase
from backendpy.utils import http

class MyTestCase(TestCase):

    def setUp(self) -> None:
        self.client = http.Client('', 8000)

    def test_user_creation(self):
        with self.client as session:
            data = {'first_name': 'Jalil',
                    'last_name': 'Hamdollahi Oskouei',
                    'username': 'my_user',
                    'password': 'my_pass'}
            result = session.post('/users', json=data)
            self.assertEqual(result.status, 200)
            self.assertNotEqual(result.data, '')

if __name__ == '__main__':