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Here's the list of current assertions:

AssertContains

Checks the response body for a match against the given term

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com')
    ->assertContains('find this text')
?>

Additionally, for those more technically minded, you can also use XPath expressions to check for values:

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com')
    ->assertContains("//*[@name='find this text']",TEST::TYPE_XPATH);
?>

Just be sure to pass that TEST:TYPE_XPATH as a second parameter.

There's also a more specific kind of searching you can do on JSON results:

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com','json')
    ->assertContains('find this text','myresponse/messages/message1')
?>

In this example, we tell the get() to handle the response it gets as a JSON object. In that object we have an object like $jsonObject->myresponse->messages->message. The second parameter on the assertContains allows us to specify the "path" to search on.

AssertCookieIsSet

Checks the response message to see if a specific cookie is set.

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com')
    ->assertCookieIsSet('my_cookie');
?>

AssertEquals

Checks to ensure that the returned value is an exact match for the given term.

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com')
    ->assertEquals('must be exact');
?>

AssertPageTitle

Checks the page title of the returned data (the HTML title) for an exact match.

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com')
    ->assertPageTitle('Page Title');
?>

AssertResponseCode

Checks the HTTP return code for the response.

<?php
$this->get('/foo.php','remote-host.com')
    ->assertResponseCode(200);
?>
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