A framework for behavioral tests of PHP applications. Behat can easily be used in Drupal projects. Find out about Behat at http://behat.org
Behavioural tests are written in a way that can be understood by everyone. They provide documentation necessary for non-coders, while still maintaining the advantages of testing and automation. Tests can be written by stakeholders, managers and business representatives in plain English that is then translated into code by developers.
On websites there is often a hierarchical list of links back to the parent pages of the web page you’re currently on. Breadcrumbs typically appear horizontally across the top of a web page, often below the page header. They allow users to keep track of where they are on a website or to navigate back to where they came from.
Web developers have to repeatedly reload the web page they are working on to verify if their code produces the desired results. This takes a few seconds every time and most browsers slow down gradually.
With a browser refresh tool the web page reloads automatically, but only the parts that actually changed. Instead of reloading the full page with all its assets like style sheets, scripts and images. This saves time and lets developers focus on programming.