Join Shashi Shekhar for an in-depth discussion in this video Data table: Wrapping up, part of Cucumber Essential Training.
- This is how the data in the list of maps was stored. … On the left hand side, we have three headers … and the data as A, B, C and D, E, F … in two different rows. … And on the right hand side, … each of these rows became a map. … Within the map, you had the key entries. … So, a key value pair is header 1 and value A, … and so on and so forth. … Please take a moment to review this slide. … Data tables are very powerful constructs. … You can use data tables to write highly compact … and reusable test scenarios. … It's a good idea to know how the data is stored … but if you find different approaches … in this lesson confusing, no worries. … Just use, DataTable.raw function … to read the contents of the data table … as a list of list of strings and play with it. … And then, use the GET method to to inspect elements. … One key thing that I want to point out … is we have used string examples in this lesson. … But you can read data as integers from the data table. … For example, data tables can be read in a map …
- How Cucumber can be used for BDD, TDD, and ATDD
- Installing and configuring Cucumber
- Mapping user stories to features
- Adding hooks
- Generating reports
- Adding a data table
- Adding Selenium dependencies
- Applying techniques to make BDD maintainable
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Behavior-Driven Development
2. Cucumber Workflow
3. Regular Expressions Match
4. Additional Cucumber Concepts
5. Data Table and Scenario Outline
6. Cucumber Advance Features
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