Nathaniel Catchpole Elevates Testing Capabilities for Drupal 10.2

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Tag1 Consulting recently celebrated a significant achievement by Nathaniel Catchpole in collaboration with Chrome for Developers marking a pivotal development for Drupal 10.2. The upcoming release entails a notable milestone — the ability to assert database query counts during tests. The initiative addresses the necessity to monitor and assert the number of database queries executed in specific scenarios, including under varying caching conditions.

This enhancement promises to tighten testing processes, identify potential regressions, and pave the way for further improvements. The implemented solution has already been instrumental in rectifying issues related to cacheability and identifying potential caching anomalies in Views. The community anticipates leveraging this advancement to extend database query monitoring to open telemetry traces in the future. This advancement represents a considerable step towards fortifying the testing infrastructure within the Drupal ecosystem.  

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