Published on March 2, 2021

This release merges @claudiodekker's excellent Inertia Laravel Testing Helpers package into this adapter (#220).

Example usage

use Inertia\Testing\Assert;

class PodcastsControllerTest extends TestCase
    public function test_can_view_podcast()
            ->assertInertia(fn (Assert $page) => $page
                ->has('podcast', fn (Assert $page) => $page
                    ->where('id', $podcast->id)
                    ->where('subject', 'The Laravel Podcast')
                    ->where('description', 'The Laravel Podcast brings you Laravel and PHP development news and discussion.')
                    ->has('seasons', 4)
                    ->has('seasons.4.episodes', 21)
                    ->has('host', fn (Assert $page) => $page
                        ->where('id', 1)
                        ->where('name', 'Matt Stauffer')
                    ->has('subscribers', 7, fn (Assert $page) => $page
                        ->where('id', 2)
                        ->where('name', 'Claudio Dekker')
                        ->where('platform', 'Apple Podcasts')


Until we're able to add the documentation for these testing helpers to this website, please see the old docs here.


To migrate from inertia-laravel-testing to the inertia-laravel adapter, follow these steps:

  1. In your composer.json file, remove the claudiodekker/inertia-laravel-testing dependency.
  2. In your composer.json file, update the inertiajs/inertia-laravel version to ^0.4.0.
  3. Run composer update.
  4. Search and replace use ClaudioDekker\Inertia\Assert; with use Inertia\Testing\Assert; in your project.

That's it. All your tests should still be passing.