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Compare the 4 main methods from the Cucumber DataTable class and when to use them

Vladimir Simonovski

A drief info Before I dive into the 4 main DataTable class methods for handling multiple input values per one step provided from the Cucumber framework, I’ll explain what is the purpose of the Cucumber DataTable class. DataTable class DataTable class from Cucumber is the class where all the table-related methods are included. The data table itself is beneficial if we want to pass a list of data into one single step instead of having a separate stepper separate value.…

How to write a simple but elegant Selenium and Cucumber framework for UI automation from scratch?

Vladimir Simonovski

Intro Choosing the right test framework for automating your web application is never an easy job. Many questions need to be answered like: What is the most beneficial we are going to get from that framework comparing to others? What are the disadvantages by using that framework? How complicated it is to implement? How hard it is to learn it and improve it as the development goes on? Nevertheless, whatever you choose, make sure you have a proper strategy behind…

A beginner’s guide to writing powerful BDD tests using Rest Assured and Cucumber

Vladimir Simonovski

Organizations today tend to invest a lot of effort and resources in setting an API test automation strategy. Having a well-structured test automation framework allows for a better test regression suite and better quality product, enhancing the test coverage and reducing the manual repetitive test efforts. Since automation testing plays an important role in software testing, companies can determine which tool can suit them the most to achieve the above-mentioned. In this blog post, we are going to focus on…

Cucumber: Write automated tests in behavior-driven development fashion

Vladimir Simonovski

What is Cucumber? Cucumber is a test framework that is used for writing BDD tests for web applications in a simple English language text called Gherkin. Tests written in Cucumber can be easily read by everyone within the team whether technical or non-technical individuals. It provides some form of live test documentation that is updated regularly but in the background, there are methods that are mapped and executed with each Gherkin sentence. When BDD comes into the picture, Cucumber is…