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BDD is a set of practices that helps to reduce the rework caused by misunderstanding or vague requirements, narrow the communication gaps between development team, testing team and customers and promote continuous communication among them. Cucumber is one such open source tool, which supports Behavior Driven Development(BDD). In simple words, Cucumber can be defined as a testing framework, driven by plain English. It serves as documentation, automated tests, and a development aid – all in one.

 
              
Chapter 1   Introduction of Cucumber Testing Tool (BDD Tool)
Chapter 2 Cucumber – What is Gherkin
Chapter 3 How to setup Cucumber with Eclipse
Chapter 4 Cucumber – What is Feature File in Cucumber
Chapter 5 Cucumber – JUnit Test Runner Class
Chapter 6 Cucumber Tutorial – Cucumber Reports
Chapter 7 Cucumber Report Service
Chapter 8 Data Driven Testing using Examples in Cucumber
Chapter 9 DataTables in Cucumber
Chapter 10 Hooks in Cucumber
Chapter 11 Tags in Cucumber
Chapter 12 Conditional Hooks in Cucumber
Chapter 13 Run Cucumber Test from Command Line
Chapter 14 Integration of Cucumber with Selenium and JUnit
Chapter 15 Page Object Model with Selenium and Cucumber
Chapter 16 Parallel Testing in Cucumber with JUnit
Chapter 17 Parallel Testing in Cucumber with TestNG
Chapter 18 Rest API Test in Cucumber BDD
Chapter 19 Integration of Cucumber with Selenium and TestNG
Chapter 20 Cucumber Interview Questions and Answers 2021

Gradle

Chapter 1 How To Create Gradle Project with Cucumber to test Rest API
Chapter 2 Run Gradle Cucumber Tests from Command Line

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