Given When Test

Today I want to write about behavior driven development (BDD) with Cucumber and Capybara. All those things are not new, but since I changed my company I had the chance to learn new frameworks and tools. Before using the tools you need to install them :). For me the installation was kind of nasty because I am working with windows again and the installation is not so easy and comfortable as for linux or mac. The following stuff needs to be installed on your machine (windows):

If the installation is done you should install the following gems with ‘gem.bat install GEMNAME

builder, bundler, bundler-unload, capybara, capybara-screenshot, capybara-webkit, childprocess, cucumber, diff-lcs, ffi, gherkin, headless, json, mime-types, mini_portile, multi_json, nokogiri, rack, rack-test, rake, rspec, rspec-core, rspec-expectations, rspec-mocks, rubygems-bundler, rubyzip, rvm, selenium-webdriver, websocket, xpath

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36 Days of Web Testing by Robert Lambert

A couple of days ago I found the ebook from Robert Lambert (@Rob_Lambert) “36 Days of Web Testing”. The book is free and covers testing topics like: – Cross Browser – Multiple tabs – Browser extensions – URL changing – … The book is a nice overview and provide lots of useful hints and tips … Read more

[News] Founded the Software Test User Group Rhein Main

Last week I founded the “Software Test User Group Rhein Main – STUGRM” for all people who are interested in the topic of software testing, quality assurance or software development in general. My goal is, to meet and to exchange about testing topics on a regular basis in the region of Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, Mainz or … Read more