Cucumber is not a testing tool. I know this.
One of the big noises I make about Cucumber is that it is not a testing tool, it is a tool to help collaboration, discussion of requirements & generate living documentation.
How then did I fall into the trap of trying to use Cucumber as an automated testing tool?
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I have just finished some fantastic Ruby & Cucumber training with the most affable Chris Parsons.
There are some definite lessons to be learned (other than writing Cukes with Ruby)…
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This post started life in my series on hexagonal architecture, but it got too unwieldy & not directly related to the topic so here it is in all its own glory.
This post is now a brief introduction to my understanding of test automation, the test automation pyramid & testing quadrants and is used as a reference for the hexagonal architecture series.
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