Laravel - HTTP Tests - Making Requests

To make a request to your application, you may invoke the get, post, put, patch, or delete methods within your test. These methods do not actually issue a "real" HTTP request to your application. Instead, the entire network request is simulated internally.

Instead of returning an Illuminate\Http\Response instance, test request methods return an instance of Illuminate\Testing\TestResponse, which provides a variety of helpful assertions that allow you to inspect your application's responses:

    
    get('/');
    
            $response->assertStatus(200);
        }
    }
	

In general, each of your tests should only make one request to your application. Unexpected behavior may occur if multiple requests are executed within a single test method.

For convenience, the CSRF middleware is automatically disabled when running tests.