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Behat is a BDD (behavior driven development) framework for PHP. With BDD, you write human-readable stories that describe the behavior of your application. These stories can then be auto-tested against your application. This tutorial describes how to install, configure and use Behat right from the PhpStorm IDE.

Behat support is currently available in PhpStorm 8 EAP.

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Prerequisites

To make use of Behat, we first have to install it on our system. Read more about Behat installation in official documentation.

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If you have any bugs to report and/or feature requests to add related to Behat functionality, please do so in our Issue Tracker.

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