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Test Automation Framework using Cucumber BDD overview (part 1)

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This seminar is about understanding BDD concepts. This includes overview of test automation framework using Cucumber/Java.

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Test Automation Framework using Cucumber BDD overview (part 1)

  1. 1. Test automation framework using Cucumber: BDD overview Part-1 of 3 Jayprakash Mourya SQA @Mindfire Solutions
  2. 2. Agenda ● What is BDD/TDD ● Why to use BDD ● Cucumber implements BDD ● Creating the Maven Project ● Downloading the Maven Dependencies for Cucumber,junit ● Preparing Features File having test scenarios ● Writing a step definition ● Given, When, Then, And, But annotations and usage in feature file ● Writing Runner Class ● Passing parameters in Step Functions
  3. 3. TDD Test Driven Development
  4. 4. TDD in summary ● First we write a test. ● Then we write code to make the test pass. ● Then we find the best possible design for what we have - re-factoring (Relying on the existing tests to keep us from breaking things while we are at it)
  5. 5. Steps to start TDD ● Analyze the requirements and write the list of tasks or features ● Pick a task ● Brainstorm a list of tests for the task or feature ● Review the tests list and pick a test ● Write the test case ● Run the test case and see it fails to compile ● Write only enough code that the test case compiles ● Run the test and see running the code fails ● Write only enough code to just pass the test ● Re-factor the production code and eliminate duplication ● Repeat
  6. 6. BDD Behavior Driven Development
  7. 7. Why BDD ● It provides framework for matching the simplicity of the customers requests against an actual running application and reporting back what is working and what is not ● From the developers point of view, it validates that they are not missing anything at the higher level their unit tests may have missed. ● Gherkin is the language that Cucumber understands. It is a Business Readable, Domain Specific Language that lets you describe software’s behavior without detailing how that behavior is implemented. ● Reusable, copy & paste
  8. 8. What is in here for QA ??? Let's see....a demo
  9. 9. Jars required ● Junit 4.11 ● Cucumber-html 0.2.3 ● Cucumber-core 1.1.8 ● Cucumber-junit 1.1.8 ● Cucumber-java 1.1.8
  10. 10. Queries......
  11. 11. Thank you! -Reach out to me jayprakash.mourya@gmail.com Skype: jayprakash.mourya

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