Course Outline


  • Business Driven Development (BDD) and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)
  • BDD as a collaboration tool for software engineers, test engineers and business people

Defining your project requirements

Setting up your environment for web application testing

Gherkin: writing your stories in a user-friendly language

The anatomy of the Feature file

Writing your first feature

Writing scenarios for your feature

Writing step definitions

Passing parameters to Steps

Creating scenario outlines to pass multiple arguments

Sharing data between steps

Organizing features and scenarios with tags

Setup and teardown

Testing Angular applications with Cucumber.js

Integrating Cucumber.js with Protractor

Closing remarks


  • Experience with testing and knowledge of automated testing
  • Experience with Javascript programming


  • Software test engineers
  • Developers
  14 Hours


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