In my current project I have about 200 migrations. Cause of incompatibility I can't use <code>sqllite<code>. Also I think it's always better to test against the database you're actually running on dev or production! So I went with <code>mysql<code>. I setted up the test suite with PHP Pest and started testing. After applying the <code>RefreshDatabase<code> trait to my tests I was shocked how slow it became. Now everytime I do a test, it migrates all the 200 tables from new. But since all Laravel tests are transaction-based and are getting rolledback after the test is finished, there is really no need to migrate the whole table structure from scratch every time you do a test.
Therefore we now add a new <code>RefreshDatabaseFast<code> trait to our laravel-useful-additions package. The base idea comes from Mayahi and we now wrapped it slightly changed and improved into our package.
This trait makes the migration of your database in your test suite much, much faster! It basically only migrates your database if the migration files has changed. So the first <code>migrate:fresh<code> takes a while (depending on how many migrations you have), and then it's incredibly fast.
Optionally you can set <code>USEFUL_TRAITS_SEED_AFTER_FAST_DB_REFRESH<code> to <code>true<code> if you like to seed your database after the migration.
Also make sure to add the <code>.phpunit.database.checksum<code> to your <code>.gitignore<code> file!
If we now compare the first test run with the next one it's much faster! Cause we do not need to remigrate the whole (already existing) database!
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composer require spatie/laravel-artisan-dispatchable