BDD is not testing Contrary to popular belief, behavior-driven development (BDD) is not actually used for testing. Instead, BDD is a collaborative process that allows development teams to understand the requirements better, keeps them all on the same page, and facilitates better testing. And it's not a testing tool or a testing framework — it's … Continue reading How Behavior-Driven Development differs from Testing
Behavior-driven development (BDD) is a popular development methodology that has been embraced across the software development industry, and it's one of the fastest-growing 'shift-left testing' approaches organizations adopt. With NoCodeBDD, you can create and manage feature specifications as living documentation, with instant access for all stakeholders (using the NoCodeBDD-JIRA connector)—and achieve functional automation in just … Continue reading Accelerate your BDD automation
A lot of debate surrounds whether behavior-driven development (BDD) is good for UI Automation. In our experience, using BDD only for UI Automation has a few issues: Automating BDD at the UI layer tends to make your BDD automation suite brittle, flaky, and not scalable Teams tend to focus on UI elements more than the behavior … Continue reading Is BDD Good for UI Automation?
A critical factor in any Agile environment is to deliver “working software.” Working software is that which works as per the acceptance criteria—not just for the functionality that gets delivered but also for all the previous functionalities that were delivered in previous sprints. Imagine a team delivering a complex pricing calculation functionality in a sprint … Continue reading Why Achieving In-sprint Test Automation is the key to Agile?
https://medium.com/everestengineering/software-engineering-is-hard-and-easy-f8246ab4e6f9#:~:text=When%20people%2C%20process%2C%20and%20software,business%2C%20software%20engineering%20becomes%20hard.&text=We%20cannot%20know%20everything%20by,why%20something%20is%20not%20there. BCG estimates that 70% of digital transformation efforts fall short of meeting targets. A 2020 CISQ report found that the total cost of unsuccessful development projects among US firms is an estimated $260 billion, whereas the total cost of operational failures caused by poor quality software is estimated at $1.56 trillion. The Standish Group’s 2020 CHAOS report estimates that … Continue reading Why Startups should use Behavior Driven Development (BDD) ?
Behavior-driven development (BDD) is one of the fastest-growing software development processes. More and more organizations are shifting to BDD, as it allows them to move towards “Shift-Left Testing”—and it is quite easy to adopt. It provides tremendous benefits over traditional development and testing processes. In this article, we will be looking at: The traditional development … Continue reading 6 Compelling Reasons Why You Need Behavior Driven Development (BDD)
NoCodeBDD is the BDD Tool. Using NoCodeBDD, teams can automate UI without Selenium code, Mobile without Appium code, REST APIs, Relational Databases, NoSQL, and Kafka. For any edge cases that the product can’t support, you can write custom code and combine an already existing module. The following example shows how a custom code is used, … Continue reading When not to Use NoCodeBDD or Test Automation Tools in General
Step 1: login to perfecto and upload the app to the assets page. Step 2: Open the NoCodeBDD Application, Goto Setting -> Perfecto Mobile Settings Add cloud Name example: https://nocodebdd.app.perfectomobile.com/ -> nocodebdd Add Perfecto Secret Key. A sample screenshot from Perfecto is given below: Step 3: Add Mobile Configuration to run tests in Perfecto open … Continue reading Integrating with Perfecto
Step 1: Make sure that Appium desktop Is ruining in your local. Here is a link to install Appium locally. Step 2: Connect your mobile device to pc and make sure usb debugger is enabled so that Appium can recognise the mobile. Step 3: Open the NoCodeBDD Application, Goto Setting -> Mobile Device Settings -> … Continue reading Setting Up Mobile Configuration in NoCodeBDD
Pre-requisites If you are using AWS EC2 Linux, install Webmin (You can use the steps described here to install Webmin https://wilddiary.com/install-webmin-on-aws-ec2-server/)Install Docker (You can use the steps described here to install Docker)https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-and-use-docker-on-ubuntu-20-04If you are running Docker in EC2, make sure the VM running in EC2 has access to all required ports i.e. EC2 10000(webmin), 56244(NoCodeBDD), … Continue reading Running NoCodeBDD in Docker