Join Shashi Shekhar for an in-depth discussion in this video Setup: Cucumber Eclipse plugin and Maven, part of Cucumber Essential Training.
- [Narrator] We are just two steps away from seeing Cucumber in action. We need to install a Cucumber plug in, to Eclipse and we need to install Maven. So, the next thing I am going to do, is go to my Eclipse IDE. Select the default workspace. This is irrelevant at this point. Click help. Install new software. Click add. In the location, specify this URL. This is a Cucumber get hub plug-in, and I'll include the URL of the site to my course handouts. Click add, select the plug-in, click next. Continue with the default prompts. Accept all licensing agreements. If you get an error about unsigned content, continue with install anyway. Once the installation is done, relaunch Eclipse. You're plug-in is installed now. The last installation we are going to do is with Maven installation. I'm on the Maven Apache website. All I need to do is download Maven. I'll select this bin zip archive. Download is done, all I need to do is extract this folder, to this location. All I need to do is copy this folder, and paste it to a location of my choice. In my case, I'm just going to paste it to my C drive. This is my Maven tool. The next thing I am going to do, is copy the path of Maven. And, go back to my system properties, under system path, and add this path... ...here Just like we did for JDK. My Maven is available. Maven is not installed, it's actually extracted and placed in the C drive. Or, any place of your choice. So, this is my Maven tool available. Let's go ahead, bring up command prompt, and run Maven version to make sure Maven is installed. An important thing to note here, is if you are using Maven versions older than 3.5 you need to add a Maven underscore home system environment variable. Just like we did for Java underscore home. In our case, we used 3.6.1, which does not require a new environment variable.
- 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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