Seb Rose @sebrose , Matt Wynne & Aslak Hellesøy
edited by Jacquelyn Carter @jkcarter
Teams working on the JVM can now say goodbye forever to misunderstood requirements, tedious manual acceptance tests, and out-of-date documentation. Cucumber now has a Java version, and our bestselling Cucumber Book has been updated to match, with all code completely rewritten in Java.
You’ll use Cucumber’s Gherkin DSL to describe the behavior your customers want from the system. You’ll write Java code that interprets those plain language specifications and checks them against your application. Then you’ll go through a worked example, using Spring, MySQL, and Jetty. New chapters cover features unique to the Java version of Cucumber, and reflect insights from the Cucumber team since the original book was published.
This authoritative guide will give you and your team all the knowledge you need to start using Cucumber with confidence.
Beginner to “advanced intermediate” - do we have a graphic that goes 3/4 of the way around?
"If you read this book in the morning, then find a stakeholder quickly enough, you’ll be writing effective scenarios with that person in the afternoon. Start today."
–J.B. Rainsberger, author, JUnit Recipes
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