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Our BDD with Cucumber training course explains what behaviour-driven design is all about, describes why it's a beneficial approach to application development and testing, and shows how to do BDD using Cucumber. Cucumber is the leading framework for BDD in Java, and it ties in well with a host of application types and Java technology APIs. You'll learn all about these integrations during the course.
Getting started with behaviour-driven development
Overview of Cucumber
How Cucumber works
Creating step definitions
Implementing step definitions
Testing our classes
Making the tests work
Overview of Gerkhin
Steps and step definitions
Achieving more flexibility
Writing maintainable tests
Guidelines for preventing defects
Custom helper methods
Interactive database development
Refactoring to use a database
Writing and writing to the database
Cleaning the database
Overview of DI
DI in Cucumber
Overview of Selenium WebDriver
Interacting with the DOM
Overview of REST
REST and Cucumber
Guidelines and best practice
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