Test-Driven Development using Cucumber

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Description:
Cucumber is the leading framework for TDD and BDD in Java, and it ties in well with a host of application types and Java technology APIs. You`ll learn all about these integrations during the course.
Prerequisites:
Familiarity coding and/or testing Java applications
what you`ll learn:
TDD and BDD essentials
Achieving BDD using Cucumber
Understanding Cucumber API and features
Using Cucumber with databases, DI containers, and Web/REST applications
Testing legacy code
Introduction to TDD/BDD and Cucumber:
Getting started with behaviour-driven development
BDD vs TDD
Overview of Cucumber
How Cucumber works
Tooling up
Getting Started with Cucumber:
Creating features
Creating step definitions
Implementing step definitions
Testing our classes
Making assertions
Making the tests work
Getting Started with Gherkin:
Overview of Gerkhin
Features
Scenarios
Comments
Spoken languages
Step Definitions External Perspective:
Steps and step definitions
Capturing arguments
Multiple captures
Achieving more flexibility
Returning results
Cucumber Best Practices:
Issues
Collaboration
Writing maintainable tests
Guidelines for preventing defects
Step Definitions Internal Perspective:
Domain model
Transforms
Custom helper methods
Dependency injection
Enterprise Development:
Asynchronous architecture
Message queues
Asynchronous components
Databases:
Interactive database development
Refactoring to use a database
Writing and writing to the database
Cleaning the database
Dependency Injection:
Overview of DI
DI in Cucumber
PicoContainer
Guice
Weld CDI
Web Applications:
Overview of Selenium WebDriver
Interacting with the DOM
Handling failures
Ajax
REST Web Services:
Overview of REST
REST and Cucumber
Guidelines and best practices
Testing Legacy Code:
The challenge of legacy code
Refactoring techniques
Mocking techniques
Additional useful guidelines and techniques