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The Cucumber Book (Anglais) Broché – 21 février 2012
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Your customers want rock-solid, bug-free software that does exactly what they expect it to do. Yet they can't always articulate their ideas clearly enough for you to turn them into code. The Cucumber Book dives straight into the core of the problem: communication between people.
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If you want a hire a tester, read this before you interview them
le 30 janvier 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am a believer! We have been looking to hire a tester and could not understand why they did not know programming concepts like class/interface, or even common manual testing issues like needing to clear the cache. It appears BDDs based on cucumber have taken over. So I quickly added specflow to our .net project based on this book. And after 30 years of being a developer and tester, I now believe TDD is actually in reach. A great book, easy to read and ruby use is not a distraction and as I deeply believe knowing the underpinnings of, and evolution of tools gives you a deeper understanding and makes for a better job candidate. Now if only the job candidates would read this book so they could demonstrate they know/think, we would hire them.
Useful for Beginners
le 9 juin 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Cucumber was introduced at my work place and I needed a resource to come up to speed on it since I didn't have any prior background in it. This book filled the need nicely. For the most part, it's well written and the explanations are clear. In addition to covering functionality supported by cucumber, the book also has suggestions and examples on a wide range of issues including structuring files and folders in a project, integration with other libraries for testing web applications, REST based web services, command line applications, databases as well as adding tests to a legacy application. It also includes a worked example. The only caveat is that some of the code doesn't work. I typed in all the code in this book and tried all the examples and there are occasions where I had to apply minor fixes to make it work. In Chapter 9, section 9.3, page 161, in the Account class initialize method, transaction queue and balance store are instantiated. On page 164, the code for transaction processor also creates its own instance of transaction queue and balance store. Since each of the two components are using their own copy of the balance store and transaction queue, cucumber fails and the flickering example in section 9.4 can't be reproduced. The AJAX example in chapter 15 didn't work at all (the non-AJAX version worked fine). In addition, there are some typos in this book. For example, on page 257, about a third from top, it says "And finally Cucumber is happy:" followed by cucumber output which shows 1 scenario as failed. This book could have used more editorial oversight. Despite these shortcomings, the book however has a lot of useful information on BDD as well as Cucumber (especially for beginners) and therefore it's definitely worth taking a look.
Arrived quickly and in mint condition. This book focuses ...
le 27 mai 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Arrived quickly and in mint condition. This book focuses most on using Ruby, but the principles can be applied with other languages, too. I think the most eye-opening thing I learned is that Cucumber is not just for QA people or Dev people. There's a whole collaborative process involved. So, if you are looking to learn Cucumber just to write unit tests, Cucumber is not really what you want.
How to get your cucumbers up and running fast. (not the garden variety)
le 15 janvier 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Cucumber is a testing framework used to perform automated tests on the features of software being developed. In addition to how to use the testing framework, this book teaches the user how to create efficient and effective gherkin language feature files that drive the behaviors being tested. It also discusses a number of Ruby framework gems that can be used to develop tests around Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and Web User Interfaces. For the past 2 months I have been using cucumber, this book has been getting a lot of use; especially the documentation on Capybara and Selenium.
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Quickly came up to speed and integrated into process.
le 5 octobre 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm actually using java and cucumber-jvm with jUnit and cucumber-junit as the assertion framework instead of ruby and rSpec, but much of the book's instruction is directly transferrable. If it isn't it's not that difficult to find a search result that satisfies the issue. I recommend this book for anybody looking for a quick framework to begin automated testing.
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