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Informations about the package contexts

Behatch contexts

Build status Scrutinizer Code Quality Code Coverage SensioLabsInsight

Behatch contexts provide most common Behat tests.


This extension requires:

Project dependency

  1. Install Composer
  2. Require the package with Composer:

  3. Activate extension by specifying its class in your behat.yml:

Project bootstraping

  1. Download the Behatch skeleton with composer:

Browser, json, table and rest step need a mink configuration, see Mink extension for more information.


In behat.yml, enable desired contexts:


This project is self-tested, you can explore the features directory to find some examples.


Configuration Example

For example, if you want to change default directory to screenshots - you can do it this way:


See more information on

All versions of contexts with dependencies

PHP Build Version
Package Version
Requires php Version >=5.5
behat/behat Version ^3.0.13
friends-of-behat/mink-extension Version ^2.3.1
justinrainbow/json-schema Version ^5.0
symfony/property-access Version ^2.3|^3.0|^4.0|^5.0
symfony/http-foundation Version ^2.3|^3.0|^4.0|^5.0
symfony/dom-crawler Version ^2.4|^3.0|^4.0|^5.0
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