Saturday, June 6, 2020

Cucumber/Gherkins with Java(kotlin) !

Cucumber is an opensource, Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) framework, where you execute your automated tests. You can pick up a regression suites for your automation test. We will mostly discuss about the the automation test written in Java/Kotlin in this tutorials.
Cucumber reads executable specifications written in plain text and validates that the software does what those specifications say.

What is Gherkins:
Gherkins is a business readable domain specific language. It is a set of grammar rules that makes plain text structured enough for Cucumber to understand.
Example :  Users are presented with Invalid Username/Password method when authentication fails
Cucumber uses Scenarios to defines the steps . You describe the Scenarios using Given, When, And and Then, But 
Scenario: Users are presented with Invalid Username/Password method when authentication fails
Given User is in the login page
when User fills the invalid username or password
And User hit the submit button
Then User see the pop up screen saying Invalid Username/Password
When we define the  Scenario, we  can define multiple pre condition and multiple action and multiple expected outcomes.

We can collapse these two or more similar scenarios into a Scenario Outline as following
Scenario Outline: eating
  Given there are <start> cucumbers
  When I eat <eat> cucumbers
  Then I should have <left> cucumbers

    | start | eat | left |
    |    12 |   5 |    7 |
    |    20 |   5 |   15 |
What is Feature and Feature File:
Feature can be defined as a standalone business functionality of a project. Feature file describes the testing needs for any features. A features file can contains one or many scenarios for you automated testings.In order the automatically detect the features by cucumber framework, you need to define it with .feature file extension. You will normally have a desperate feature file for each feature. 
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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Updating the hosts file in MAC

echo ' hdp hdp' | sudo tee -a /private/etc/hosts



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