This presentation incrementally demonstrates the concepts of Unit Testing, Test-Driven Development (TDD) and then Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) that enable us not just to create robust regression tests, but also clean and maintainable code.
Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) agile testing articles, tools, tutorials and videos.
Behavior-driven development (BDD) is an increasingly popular variation on test-driven development, which helps developers think more in terms of “executable specifications” than in terms of conventional tests. There are dozens of BDD tools for the JVM out there—how do you know what to use and when?
RSpec is an open source testing tool for the Ruby programming language. Born under the banner of Behavior-Driven Development (BDD), it is designed to make Test-Driven Development a productive and enjoyable experience. RSpec aims to help you focus on the design and documentation aspects of the testing process.
Behavior-Driven Development (BDD9 and Acceptance Testing are heavily intertwined and in many aspects are one and the same. Both focus on starting at the outer layers of your application by concentrating on what matter to users; behavior.
The purpose of the article is to implement a Behavior Driver Development (BDD) infrastructure for Android applications with the JBehave open source BDD tool and Robotium open source Android testing software. We will go through complete architectural understandings and try to set-up the framework.
In this blog post, Dror Helper presents a short “getting started” procedure to do Behavior Drive Development (BDD) with SubSpec. SubSpec allows developers to write declarative tests operating in C# at all layers of abstraction consisting of highly composable, small primitive concepts. SubSpec is based on the xUnit testing framework and can easily be integrated into existing testing environments. The blog post shows how to write its first behavior test and how to run all the assertions in one test.