This two videos show how to do Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) with Ruby, Cucumber and RSpec.
Writing checks for your monitoring system is boring. You end up writing the same checks again and again, and it can be difficult to verify behavior instead of availability. Wouldn’t it be useful to have a standard
Pickle adds many convenient Cucumber steps for generating models. Also learn about table diffs in this episode. Cucumber lets software development teams describe how software should behave in plain text. The text is written in a business-readable
This is a demo of how I’d like to be able to do Behaviour-driven development (from the outside-in) on Ubuntu using stories and automated testing. The story-part is already possible with cucumber – but it’d be nice
Cucumber is a BDD tool that aids in outside-in development by executing plain-text features/stories as automated acceptance tests. Written in conjunction with the stakeholder, these Cucumber “features” clearly articulate business value and also serve as a practical