On the SitePoint PHP blog there's a tutorial posted that introduces you to Laravel Dusk, a browser-based testing tool, and how it can be used to test a Laravel-based application.
With the release of Dusk, Laravel hopes to give its users a common API for browser testing. It ships with the default ChromeDriver, and if we need support for other browsers, we can use Selenium. It will still have this common testing API to cater to our needs.
The tutorial then walks you through the installation process and two approaches to getting it integrated into your application. They then create a first test, checking to see if a user can log in successfully. They also include how it looks when a test fails and the screenshot that's taken just before the failure. It also covers the testing of Ajax-related calls, inserting a delay when a button is clicked to wait for the response. Finally, the tutorial shows a more advanced example involving a popup modal, a form and multiple interactions.