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Do you know Cucumber is a great tool used to run acceptance tests using the plain-text functional descriptions with Gherkin? Behavior Driven Development strategy or BDD, as it is popularly known, is implemented using the Cucumber tool.
The best part about using the Cucumber BDD framework are:
- Tests are first documented before being implemented.
- Tests are easy to understand for a user who doesn’t even know the functionality.
- It efficiently combines the automated tests having a living documentation and specifications that can be executed.
Can’t wait to get started with Cucumber? To help you out, we will be diving into some of the best Cucumber practices that will enable you to write better scenarios using the Gherkin language. You will also get a clearer picture of the Behavior Driven Development concepts with these practices.
Basics Of Cucumber BDD Framework
Before we jump dive into Cucumber best practices, there are a few things you need to understand…