Conduit applications can be run, tested, debugged and profiled.
You create a subclass of
TestHarness<T> in your application's
test/ directory. For each test suite, you install this harness to start and stop your application in 'test' mode. A test harness runs your application like a live application.
Agent objects to send HTTP requests to your application under test. Agents add default information to all of their requests, like authorization information. You use test matchers like
hasStatus to validate the response your application sends for a given request.
You provide mock services for external services that your application communicates with. These are often driven by the contents of a configuration file. (By convention, a configuration file for tests is named
config.src.yaml.) You may also create mock services with
MockHTTPServer to use during testing.