Thomas Sundberg – BDD with Cucumber JVM
Behaviour Driven Development, BDD, is a great way to drive the development of a system based solely on the desired behaviour. Using Cucumber-JVM for Java will allow us to express the desired behaviour with examples so a non developer can understand what will work and what is expected of the system.
This is a tool that allows development teams to describe how software should behave in plain text. The text is written in a business-readable domain-specific language and serves as documentation, automated test and development-aid – all rolled into one format.
Why: A discussion on why you should use BDD
How: A live example
When: A discussion about problem classification
What you will learn?
Feature: Cucumber-JVM should be introduced
In order to present Cucumber-JVM
As a speaker
I want to develop a working example where the audience can see how it is possible to execute an example
Scenario: Belly growl
Given I have 42 cukes in my belly
When I wait 1 hour
Then my belly should growl
I will show you why, how and when you should use BDD in your project.
Do the attendees need a laptop?