Learn to Create BDD Framework using Cucumber and Java

A Step-By-Step process to build your own BDD Framework Using Cucumber and Java

This course is designed to learn developing your own BDD Framework using Cucumber and Java, We will start from the basics and move step by step to the advanced level.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn to Design your Own BDD Framework.
  • Learn to write a script in Gherkin Language.
  • Learn to create a Feature file, StepDefinition file and testRunner file.
  • Link the stepDefinition file to Feature file.
  • Learn to apply Page Object Model Design pattern in BDD Framework.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 7 lectures • 3hr 8min.
  • BDD Framework Implementation Part 2 –> 5 lectures • 3hr 52min.
  • Discussing some Interview Questions –> 1 lecture • 23min.

Learn to Create BDD Framework using Cucumber and Java

Requirements

  • Java Programming Basics.
  • Selenium WebDriver.
  • TestNG Annotations.

This course is designed to learn developing your own BDD Framework using Cucumber and Java, We will start from the basics and move step by step to the advanced level.

In this course, I have tried to add almost all types of scenarios that will be used in the organization for scripting. I have covered everything in this course that is required to prepare for the interview.

This course is having the longest duration, as I have tried to explain each and every concept in detail with various examples for better understanding.

If you enroll in this course then you will be able to tackle the majority of the interview questions on your own.

Below are some of the benefits of the BDD Framework :

  • Supports BDD Approach
  • Code is Easy to Understand and write the Feature file
  • We can create multiple different scenarios in feature file which is easy to understand by Clients also
  • One Scenario can be executed multiple times using the different data sets, by making use of Scenario Outline and different data can be retrieved from Examples
  • As the Steps in the Scenario will be mapped to the corresponding method in the StepDefinition file which can be reused in all the scenarios wherever needed
  • We can group the scenarios using Tags
  • We can easily associate each scenario with the test case, which will help us to understand which scenarios are automated and which are still pending.
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