- Audience Targeting
- Campaign Segmentation
- Funnel Analysis
- Multivariate Testing
- Web App Development
- Test Scheduling
Cucumber is easy to set up with which all the stakeholders and the end-user get maximum benefit.
Since 2020, my company uses “Cucumber”, an open-source automated testing software developed with the concept of behavior-oriented development ( BDD ) such as “acceptance tests” for web applications. We use this software extensively because offering the real communication layer on top of a robust testing framework, Cucumber not only runs automation tests on a wide range of tests from backend to frontend but also creates deep connections between our test team members.
- It provides a single document, which includes specifications and tests
- The big plus point is that it supports multiple operating systems and its code can run in different frameworks like Selenium, Ruby, etc.
- It creates some ambiguities when any of the stakeholders (such as an analyst, user, or developer) are away.
- Most noticeable drawback is generic coding, which is specific to scenarios.
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