Scale Your Testing Efforts with Behavior Driven Development
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is a software development process that describes the application in terms of behavior before the code is implemented. BDD focuses on reducing ambiguity, improving collaboration, and limiting rework. Founded on the pillars of discovery, formulation, and automation, BDD helps teams take their testing to the next level often times by implementing the Gherkin syntax which includes “Given, When Then” statements. These statements create a universal language for collaboration amongst the entire team.
Highlights of this e-book include:
- How to reduce ambiguity and limit rework
- Examples of implementing BDD
- Ways BDD can be more effective with continuous testing