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JBehave is a framework for Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD).
BDD is an evolution of test-driven development (TDD) and acceptance-test driven design, and is intended to make these practices more accessible and intuitive to newcomers and experts alike.
It shifts the vocabulary from being test-based to behaviour-based, and positions itself as a design philosophy.

Detailed Course Contents
  • Understanding Acceptance Testing in Agile context
    1. Understanding Test Driven Development
    2. Testing Pyramid
    3. Acceptance Testing Paradigm in Agile world
    4. Behaviour Driven Development – Philosophy and Challenges
    5. Process Aspect of BDD
  • Jbehave Basic Features
    1. How to build scenarios and stories
    2. BDD Grammar
    3. Building simple application using BDD
    4. Learning how to map textual stories to Java code
    5. Executing scenarios using Maven
  • Jbehave Advanced features (Building complex test plans)
    1. Example Table (For data driven testing)
    2. Parameter Injection
    3. Advanced reporting
    4. Story Maps – For requirement traceability
    5. Scenario tagging
    6. Building steps dictionary
  • Webdriver using Java
    1. Selenium 2.0 and concepts
    2. Learning concept of Web automation
    3. Selenium 2.0 API
    4. Wedriver Obejcts getting them together
    5. Learning to build scenarios
    6. Synchronization techniques
    7. Integration Jbehave with Webdriver
  • Jbehave – Selenium in Continuous Integration environment
    1. Configuring Jbehave
    2. Webdriver Configuration to run tests with multiple browser
    3. Configuring Hudson/Jenkins to run Jbehave – Selenium scenarios
    4. Accessing reports
    5. Parallel Test run using Hudson – Selenium - Jbehave

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