Recommended read: Writing Good Gherkin Enables Good Test Automation - Angie Jones https://angiejones.tech/writing-good-gherkin-enables-good-test-automation/
A little gotcha around using PicoContainer (with Cucumber) where it may not be usable.
Using Dagger for Dependency Injection with Cucumber Tests (4 mins read).
How and why to add Dagger for your Cucumber tests' dependency injection.
Recommended read: Tackling Structural Racism and Sexism in Open Source https://cucumber.io/blog/open-source/tackling-structural-racism-(and-sexism)-in-open-so/
Releasing a Java Library for Gherkin Formatting (4 mins read).
Announcing the release of a Java library that can pretty-format a Gherkin feature file.
A lukewarm take about why you should use natural language, so someone not-as-technical can read it and still derive value.
Recommended read: Why Bother With Cucumber Testing? https://www.jackkinsella.ie/articles/why-bother-with-cucumber-testing
How to adapt the Proxy pattern to allow for testing against a versioned API.
Writing Environment-Agnostic Functional Acceptance Tests (7 mins read).
How to structure your (Java) functional acceptance tests to make it easier to add environment-specific configuration.
How to parse a Cucumber JSON report to display the failed scenarios and their causes.
This post has definitely helped my recent scenario writing, and helped to shape the readability (and purpose) of the Cucumber testing I've been doing.
Recommended read: Effective API testing with Cucumber https://www.gregbeech.com/2014/01/19/effective-api-testing-with-cucumber/
Prettier HTML Reports for Cucumber-JVM (2 mins read).
How to generate prettier HTML reports for Cucumber with
cucumber-reporting-plugin, with and without Jenkins.
A few reasons explaining why you should be writing unit tests for your functional tests.
Why you'd want a fat JAR and how you'd achieve it.
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