BDD with Cucumber and Java at Pluralsight

BDD with Cucumber and Java at Pluralsight cuc-800x545 It is with immense pride and joy that I announce the successful completion of my 50th course on Pluralsight – “BDD with Cucumber and Java.” This journey has spanned over 12 years, filled with dedication, hard work, and passion for continuous learning. I am excited to share the details of this milestone achievement and shed light on the significance of mastering Behavior-driven Development (BDD) using Cucumber and Java.

The Significance of BDD and Cucumber-JVM:

Behavior-driven Development (BDD) has become increasingly popular in the software industry due to its ability to bridge the gap between technical and non-technical stakeholders. By using a common language understood by all team members, BDD fosters clear communication, reduces misunderstandings, and enhances the overall quality of software development.

Cucumber-JVM, as a BDD framework, plays a crucial role in enabling seamless integration of BDD practices with Java-based projects. Its user-friendly syntax, Gherkin, allows stakeholders to define features and scenarios in a readable format, while the Java step definitions provide the necessary automation to execute these scenarios.

Learning BDD along with Cucumber-JVM opens up a world of possibilities for agile teams, encouraging a collaborative approach to software development and fostering a culture of shared responsibility.

Course Overview:

BDD, Cucumber and Java, delves into the world of Behavior-driven Development (BDD) and its practical implementation using the Cucumber framework with Java. BDD is an agile software development methodology that promotes collaboration between stakeholders, developers, and testers by using natural language to describe the desired behavior of a software system.

Module 1: Introduction to BDD and Cucumber-JVM

This module lays the foundation for understanding BDD and introduces the Cucumber-JVM framework, which enables BDD implementation in Java-based projects.

Module 2: Writing Scenarios with Gherkin and Step Definitions in Java

Here, learners explore the art of crafting effective scenarios using Gherkin, a human-readable language, and build corresponding step definitions in Java to execute those scenarios.

Module 3: Data Handling and Advanced Cucumber-JVM Features

In this segment, the course delves into data management techniques and explores advanced Cucumber-JVM features like tags, backgrounds, hooks, and configuration files.

Module 4: Testing, Reporting, and CI Integration in Cucumber-JVM

The final module focuses on testing web applications, generating meaningful reports with Cucumber-JVM, and integrating BDD into the Continuous Integration (CI) process.

You will need a Pluralsight subscription to watch this course. You can also watch this course by signing up for a free trial. Here is a link to the course – BDD with Cucumber and Java.

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