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Faking Laravel's current date in Cypress end-to-end tests

Link – johnbraun.blog - submitted by John Braun

When writing an end-to-end test, it is tricky to force the application to use a certain (fake) date. In this post, John Braun shares his approach using a custom middleware to be able to write Cypress tests while your application state uses a specific (fake) date.

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