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Behaviour-Driven Development using Cucumber(3 days) print Download

course overview

This 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.

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Introduction to BDD and Cucumber

  • Getting started with behaviour-driven development
  • Overview of Cucumber
  • How Cucumber works
  • Tooling up

Getting Started with Cucumber

  • Creating features
  • Creating step definitions
  • Implementing step definitions
  • Testing our classes
  • Making assertions
  • Making the tests work

Getting Started with Gherkin

  • Overview of Gerkhin
  • Features
  • Scenarios
  • Comments
  • Spoken languages

Step Definitions External Perspective

  • Steps and step definitions
  • Capturing arguments
  • Multiple captures
  • Achieving more flexibility
  • Returning results

Cucumber Best Practices

  • Issues
  • Collaboration
  • Writing maintainable tests
  • Guidelines for preventing defects

Step Definitions Internal Perspective

  • Domain model
  • Transforms
  • Custom helper methods
  • Dependency injection

Enterprise Development

  • Asynchronous architecture
  • Message queues
  • Asynchronous components


  • Interactive database development
  • Refactoring to use a database
  • Writing and writing to the database
  • Cleaning the database

Dependency Injection

  • Overview of DI
  • DI in Cucumber
  • PicoContainer
  • Guice
  • Weld CDI

Web Applications

  • Overview of Selenium WebDriver
  • Interacting with the DOM
  • Handling failures
  • Ajax

REST Web Services

  • Overview of REST
  • REST and Cucumber
  • Guidelines and best practices