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Cucumber Software Testing with BDD Framework

Learn the power of automation testing with our Cucumber course. This hands-on programme prepares you for the industry by teaching ...
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Automation Testing with Selenium

    Up-and-Coming Class Info
    Saurabh kandhway
    65 Hours / 3 Months 15 days
    Recorded Video Access
    1 Year
    Course Start Date
    28 June 2024
    8.00 AM to 9.00 AM
    Mon-Fri (Weekdays)
    7:30PM - 9:00PM IST
    Sat-Sun (Weekends)
    8:30AM - 10.30AM IST

    Cucumber Software Testing Course overview

    The Cucumber framework is a widely used open-source tool for behavior-driven development (BDD) in software testing. It allows collaboration among developers, testers, and non-technical stakeholders by presenting test scenarios in natural language that is easily understood by all project participants. Cucumber supports an array of programming languages, making it adaptable and widely used in the software testing community. It encourages collaboration, documentation, and automated testing, which improves the overall efficiency and quality of software.

    Cucumber Software Testing Course Outcome

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    Cucumber Software Testing Course Features
    Cucumber Software Testing Course Syllabus

    Core Java and Essentials
    Installing Java and Installation of Eclipse
    What are Tokens?
    What are its Advantages?
    How Java Internally works?
    How to run first program?
    How to store diffrerent datatypes in java?
    Variables, ititilization and utilization?
    local,global and final variables?
    DataType,its size, how to calculate size
    What is public static void main(Main Method) 
    How methods can be created in Java 

    Static methods
    Non static methods
    Constructor overloading
    Java condition/Comparison Operators
    If else statement
    if elseif else
    If esle nested

    Logical Opeartors
    Methods Overloading
    For loop-increment
    For loop-decrement
    For loop to print something
    While loop
    Single level inheritance
    Multilevel inheritance
    Multiple level inheritance
    Diamond Problem
    Hierarchical level inheritance
    Hybrid level inheritance
    Method Overriding
    Super keyword
    super calling statement parametrized
    Super calling for non parametrized
    Java Math class
    Switch case
    static initilaation block and IIB
    String function
    String functions problems
    Return Type
    Math Functions
    this calling statement
    this calling statements vs super calling statements 
    super keyword vs this keyword 
    Understanding how to access methods from diferent class
    Access Specifier for methods
    Access Specifier for class
    Access Specifier for variables

    Primitive type casting

    Class type casting

    Explaining Diamond Problem 
    Continue keyword 
    For each loop(Enhanced for-loop) 1

    Advance Java Concepts

    Array Advantages 
    Array program 
    Array program fetching values with looping concepts 
    Some interview related programs on Array 
    Astract Class 
    Concrete Class 
    Abstract methods vs Concrete Methods 
    How relation will take place between Concree Class and Abstarct Class 
    Some real time problems on Abstarct class and Concrete class 

    Interface methods
    Understanding inheritance between Absact class ,Concreate class and Interface 
    Some real time problems on Interface,Abstarct class and Concrete class 
    Achieving multiple level inheritance using interface 0.5

    Java polymorphism
    -compile time polymorphism
    -run time polymorphism

    Collection concepts 1
    Idea on types of List
    Idea on Set and types
    Idea on Maps
    Array list
    Priority Queue
    What is Object orinted programming language?
    Which languages are called as OOPS?
    Which languages are not OOPS?
    POM.XML and advantages

    Selenium – Introduction and Launching Browsers
    Web Driver Architecture
    Selenium Components and Installing Web Driver
    Launching different Firefox, Chrome,IE
    Creating your first Script in WebDriver
    Launching some script in Firefox
    Launching some script in Chrome

    Finding Elements using Locators
    Locators – Types of Locators and Example
    1) ID
    2) Name
    3) ClassName
    4) TagName
    5) Css
    6) Xpath
    7) LinkText
    8) Partial LinkText

    What is Xpath
    When to Use Xpath
    Absolute Xpath and Relative Xpath – Examples and Advantages
    CSS Selectors – Advantages and Difference with Xpath

    Automating Web Element Operations
    Text Box, List Box,Links ,Radio Button ,Calendars
    Automating Links
    Automating Dropdowns
    How to handle Autosuggestion and click one
    How to count total no of links on a page using webdriver
    How to count total no of links on a page using webdriver and print them
    Fileupload pop up
    How to work on dropdown?
    How to handle java script pop up?
    Handing hoverover
    How to Perform double click on the link without using click method
    How to Perform click on the link without suisng click method
    Count the no of options in a dropdown
    Robot Class
    How to enter url without get function
    How to do right click on any element
    How to takeyour mouse to any location
    Program to find out the Future Date/Past Date/Current Date

    Handling Alerts ,Frames and Multiple Windows
    Handling Alert and Types of Alert
    Handling Frames and Types of Frames
    Alert Functions-accept ,dismiss and getText
    Window Handle – Definations and Syntax
    Difference between Window Handle and Windowhandles
    Switching between Windows and Handling Elements present in Diff. Windows
    Switching between Windows and Handling Elements present in same browser

    Synchronization in Automation scripts
    Wait types -Implicit wait , WebDriver Wait
    Thread.Sleep and Difference with wait methods

    Data Driven Testing
    DDT-Data Driven Testing
    Configuring Apache POI Jars
    How to handle excel sheet
    How to craete test datas in excel sheet
    how to fetch values from excel sheet if its numeric
    NumberToTextConverter class

    Page Object Model(POM)
    What is POM?
    Why are we moving to POM?
    Creation of POM file in Testng
    Minimizing the code with POM
    Increasing the code reusability with the concept of POM

    TestNg – Overview
    Advantages of TestNg
    Installing TestNG in Eclipse
    TestNG Annotations
    TestNG Assertions
    Prioritizing Test Cases
    TestNG Parameters
    1) Priority
    2) Enabled
    3) InvocationCount
    Cross browser Testing
    Parallel Testing with TestNg
    Grouping the Test Cases based on what kind of scenerio it is
    TestNg Reports

    Cucumber and BDD 
    Cucumber -Overview and idea
    Installing Cucumber in Project
    Understanding Cucumber hooks,tags
    Cucumber PICO container
    Cucumber Reports

    Selenium GRID basics and MISC concepts
    Selenium GRID overview
    Use of Selenium GRID
    Overview on HUB and Node of Selenium GRID

    GIT HUB concepts
    Creating GIT HUB Account
    Basic GIT HUB commands
    Configuring and Interface Overview of GITHUB

    GIT HUB concepts
    Creating GIT HUB Account
    Basic GIT HUB commands
    Configuring and Interface Overview of GITHUB

    CICD implementation in Automation Framework Total in hours- 2 hours
    Microsoft Azure Overview

    Demo Session
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      Frequently Asked Questions!

      Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) is a software development process that focuses collaboration among project stakeholders, including developers, testers, and business analysts. BDD seeks to increase communication and understanding of needs by the use of plain language specifications that non-technical stakeholders can understand.

      Cucumber is a popular open-source framework for behaviour-driven development (BDD), mostly used for automated software testing. It allows software teams to develop and run test scenarios in natural language that is understandable to both technical and non-technical stakeholders. 

      Cucumber’s BDD approach, along with Selenium’s web automation capabilities, allows teams to design automated tests that are not only running but also written in a language that both technical and non-technical stakeholders understand. This connection improves collaboration and fosters a shared understanding of the application’s behaviour throughout the development team.

      Combining BDD with Cucumber and Selenium improves cooperation, provides clear documentation, allows for early problem identification, supports reusability, and facilitates communication across cross-functional teams. These benefits improve the overall efficiency and efficacy of the software development and testing process.

      Cucumber BDD stands out from standard testing frameworks by promoting cooperation, employing plain language specifications, and delivering executable documentation. It is ideal for acceptability testing and scenarios requiring efficient interaction and insight among technical and non-technical team members. Traditional testing frameworks, on the other hand, are more code-centric and are commonly used for unit testing and lower-level testing tasks. The decision between them is determined by the unique testing requirements and the nature of the project.

      Cucumber’s BDD approach makes it flexible and appropriate for both human and automated testing. It encourages collaboration, assures clear communication using natural language standards, and enables teams to switch between human and automated testing as needed.

      Yes, the Cucumber framework supports both manual and automated testing. Cucumber is a powerful tool that supports the behaviour-driven development (BDD) approach, allowing teams to write executable specs in a user-friendly style.

      The GroTechMinds Cucumber software testing course is designed for a wide range of audiences, including testers, developers, business analysts, product owners, agile teams, automation engineers, software architects, project managers, and students aspiring to be tech professionals in software testing.

      To use the Cucumber framework for software testing, certain requirements must be met. Here are the main requirements for using the Cucumber framework. Programming Language, Build Automation Tool, Cucumber Dependencies, WebDriver for Automation, Cucumber Feature Files, Execution Configuration, Test Data Management.

      GroTechMinds’ Cucumber framework for software testing course includes a number of topics to provide a complete understanding of Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) and how to properly use Cucumber for automated testing. Here are common topics that are typically covered in our Cucumber framework Software Testing Course. Introduction to BDD, Feature Files, Step Definitions, Cucumber Options and Configuration, Tags in Cucumber, Data-Driven Testing, Background and Hooks, Cucumber Reports, Integration with Selenium, Best Practices and Tips, Advanced Topics, Real-World Examples and Case Studies, Collaboration and Team Practices.  

      Yes, in GroTechMidns, we focus on learning through real-time projects for every tech course, so this will help students understand the industry, and at the end, we provide the course completion of ISO certification, which is going to help you showcase your skills and help you get placed in top MNC’s.

      Yes, the Cucumber framework may be used for online software testing. Cucumber is not limited to a single type of testing environment; it may be used effectively in both online and offline environments. Whether your software application is available online or hosted on a local server, Cucumber can be used to test its behaviour.

      Cucumber and Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) skills can lead to a variety of work prospects in the software testing area. As more organisations implement BDD methods to promote partnership and testing efficiency, there is a growing demand for experts with Cucumber abilities. Here are some job opportunities in the Cucumber software testing field. Automation Test Engineer, Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst, Test Automation Architect, Software Development Engineer in Test, QA Lead or Manager, Agile Tester, Testing Tools Developer.

      GrotechMinds will provide you an excellent platform to learn Cucumber Framework. The explanation will start from the basic level in a simple lucid way with industry based real life examples with usage of latest tools . A lot of assignments will be given for thorough clearance of concepts. In this manner you will be able to learn the Cucumber framework in Automation Testing. 

      GroTechMinds offers an excellent education in Cucumber and Behavior-Driven Development (BDD), with input from industry experts. The programme, designed for beginners, offers easy learning by incorporating industry trends and best practices into the Cucumber framework for software testing. Prepare to take on software testing with confidence!

      In the Cucumber software testing course at GroTechMinds, aspirants will master the following tools: Selenium, Github, Jenkins, Eclipse, BDD Cucumber, and TestNG. Also By the end of the course, you will have hands-on experience with these tools, enabling you to confidently apply Cucumber and BDD principles to real-world software testing scenarios.

      GrTechMinds have a dedicated team involved in student counselling who will guide you in detail on how to showcase your Cucumber testing profile. Apart from that during the course also our instructors will explain about building a portfolio in Cucumber testing.

      Cucumber is crucial for integrating Selenium and the Cucumber Framework, which allows for fast and collaborative software testing via behaviour-driven  development (BDD). With GroTechMinds, aspirants are going to master the tool of cucumbers by working on real-time projects.

      Cucumber and Selenium collaborate to deliver the benefits of BDD and web automation. Cucumber provides a readable, human-friendly syntax for constructing test scenarios, whereas Selenium automates the browser using the Gherkin steps defined in Cucumber feature files. This combination improves collaboration, readability, and maintainability in automated testing.

      The Cucumber BDD framework values cooperation, natural language requirements, and modularity, making it easier to use and communicative across diverse roles in a development team than traditional testing frameworks. 

      Integrating Selenium with a BDD framework improves collaboration, communication, and test suite maintainability, ultimately improving the Selenium testing process and contributing to the development of high-quality code.

      Learning Selenium with Cucumber for automation testing offers a powerful combination of BDD concepts, collaborative support, automation capabilities, and flexibility, making it a top choice for teams looking for efficient and successful test automation. Learning will help in standing High in the field of cucumber software testing.