Understand the system's behavior, reduce misunderstandings, and create higher-quality software that meets the needs of the business stakeholders.
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is an agile software development methodology that focuses on the collaboration between developers, testers, and business stakeholders to create a shared understanding of what needs to be built and how it will be tested.
Uptut's professional training programs are designed to equip corporate professionals with the knowledge and skills required to improve the quality of their software and reduce the time and effort required for testing. Our training programs are customized to the specific needs of each organization, and our trainers are highly experienced in their respective domains.
Our training program emphasizes practical hands-on training, where participants will learn to write feature files, step definitions, and implement BDD using Cucumber for real-world scenarios.
Why Behavior Driven Development (BDD) with Cucumber for your business?
Improved Collaboration: BDD with Cucumber encourages collaboration between developers, testers, and business stakeholders.
Better Quality: BDD with Cucumber helps improve the software's quality by ensuring that it meets the business requirements and expected behavior. This reduces the risk of defects and improves customer satisfaction.
Reduced Time and Cost: BDD with Cucumber helps reduce software development's time and cost by detecting defects early in the development process. This reduces the rework required, thereby saving time and effort
Make Your Team Proficient
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles of Behavior Driven Development (BDD) and how it can improve software development processes.
Learn how to set up Cucumber for BDD implementation and integrate it with other tools and frameworks.
Learn how to write feature files in Cucumber using the Gherkin language, which defines the expected behavior of the software.
Learn how to implement step definitions in Cucumber to map the feature file steps to the corresponding code.
Learn how to test web applications using Cucumber
Learn how to test APIs using Cucumber, including testing HTTP requests and responses and verifying API functionality.
Hands-on Experience with Tools
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Core Training Modules
1. Overview of BDD
An introduction to the principles and benefits of Behavior Driven Development.
2. Introduction to Cucumber
A brief history and overview of the Cucumber BDD testing framework.
3. Installing and Setting up Cucumber
Instructions for installing and configuring Cucumber on a local machine or development environment.
4. Writing Gherkin Feature Files
Guidelines for writing feature files in Gherkin syntax using BDD principles.
5. Mapping Gherkin Steps to Code
Techniques for implementing step definitions in code to map Gherkin steps to automated tests.
An introduction to the programming languages used to create automated tests with Cucumber.
7. Creating and Running Automated Tests
Steps for creating and executing automated tests using Cucumber.
8. Debugging Cucumber Tests
Techniques for identifying and resolving errors in Cucumber tests.
9. Best Practices for BDD with Cucumber
Guidelines for optimizing the use of BDD with Cucumber, including organizing files and writing efficient tests.
10. Advanced Gherkin Syntax
An overview of advanced Gherkin syntax features such as data tables and scenario outlines.
11. Cucumber Hooks and Tags
How to use hooks and tags for test management and control flow.
12. Generating Reports and Documentation
Techniques for generating documentation and reports using Cucumber.
13. Integrating Cucumber with Other Testing Frameworks and Tools
How to integrate Cucumber with other testing frameworks and tools like Selenium or JUnit.
14. TDD, ATDD, and BDD with Cucumber
An introduction to Test-Driven Development (TDD), Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD), and Behavior-Driven Design (BDD) with Cucumber.
15. Continuous Integration and Delivery
Techniques for implementing Continuous Integration and Delivery using Cucumber.
16. Real-World Examples
Case studies and examples of using BDD with Cucumber in software development projects.
17. Future Developments and Trends
Upcoming trends and future developments in BDD and Cucumber.
How does personalized training work?
Analyzing skill gap and assessing business requirements
Customising curriculum with core and additional modules to fit objectives
Supporting learning implementation with consulting
Who will benefit from this training?
Quality assurance professionals
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