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Re: making pretty output of my specifications

Thanks, I'm trying option 1 right now. So far, so good. Hosting my specifications on someone else's website (relishapp.com) is a total non-starter for the
Todd Bradley
Apr 22
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

... But you already are - "test" is a "technical language" term. BDD is a mindset not a tool to write tests. It's important that the developer and customer
Michal Svoboda
Apr 22
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Re: making pretty output of my specifications

Two possibilities: 1) Run Cucumber over the features; use the snippets to implement empty step definitions; then use the HTML output plugin. Not ideal, but
sebrose
Apr 21
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making pretty output of my specifications

Hi, I'm writing some specifications in Gherkin (given/when/then) syntax. But unlike most people, I'm not going to use Cucumber (or something related) to
Todd Bradley
Apr 21
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

Shrini, You've gotten a lot of good advice, but let me make a few points that may still not be clear. ... Sometimes the business itself is technical. Sometimes
George Dinwiddie
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

Since BDD is about conversations I could imagine having a real conversation with someone who cares about the public API of your program. In this case a
Mark Levison
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

I agree completely, Steven. BDD is about behaviour. The core concept is that the scenarios/fixtures should be written in a language that everybody involved can
sebrose
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

On Sun, Apr 19, 2015 at 11:13 AM, Shrini Kulkarni shrinik@... ... Are you asking me or Steven? I don't think I understand your question "how would you
Todd Bradley
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

I have significant experience using bdd for non-gui code. I guess I forgot to read the rule book :} Here are two examples (slightly sanitized) from my recent
Alan Page
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

Interesting - how would you write failing test in BDD? BDD test is supposed to be in human language where TDD is code a computer program. I thought and I think
Shrini Kulkarni
Apr 19
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22638

Re: BDD and Technical tests

If you do TDD, but write your tests using the GivenWhenThen format, then you are doing BDD? Or should I write: Given TDD, When format is "GivenWhenThen" Then
Steven Gordon
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

For what it's worth, BDD to me means "focus on the behavior, not on the implementation". I test a product that doesn't have a GUI, but I still find that
Todd Bradley
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

Key question here is which specification is used to build end to end tests (aka "business non-readable"). Using BDD tests would not be right thing to as we
Shrini Kulkarni
Apr 19
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Re: BDD and Technical tests

I blogged about this a while ago at http://claysnow.co.uk/the-testing-iceberg/ TL;DR; Express in your BDD scenarios behaviors that your business people are
sebrose
Apr 19
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BDD and Technical tests

A friend of mine other day argued that BDD tests in their true spirit (bridiging gap between programmers and business analysts) should be limited to user
Shrini Kulkarni
Apr 19
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