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Graphing in BBT Now that you’ve been introduced to the BBT tool, lets dive a bit deeper into actually using it for graphing our first graph, something simple. Now, there are multiple ways to create a contexts or outcomes. The first one is the double click, you’re able to simply double click the graph area […]
Parameterization isn’t a new concept only in BBT, in fact BDD has the same capability. Where BDD uses quotes in their steps to specify specific string values to use as a parameter, BBT uses curly braces. Now what does that mean to use parameterization? In many cases, you can use the same step but with […]
BDD Over the years Behavior Driven Development (BDD) has been increasing in popularity with many companies. However, just because something is popular doesn’t mean it’s the right fit for everyone. I myself have worked at many different companies that utilized BDD, but like everything, they were used very differently. Over the course of this blog […]
BDD Foundation Behavior Driven Development can be used for both frontend and backend. In both cases, without a strong foundation, things can get out of hand really quickly. To establish the foundation, the user should fully understand how feature files work and how it ties to step definitions. Over the course of this blog I […]
Is it possible to import BDD features into the BBT tool? To begin we need to understand a little bit about Behavior Based Testing. BDD (Behavior Driven Development) is what BBT is built on. A lot of the rules and best practices that you would normally see in BDD exist in BBT. The usage of […]
This next principle is one we’ve probably all heard at some point in our lives, the KISS rule. By now, you’ve probably gone through the basics of BBT. And you understand the first few principles and how outcomes, contexts and events all work together. Which is great; you’re on the right path to making your […]
BBT can be your best friend or a nest of nightmares. You need a certain mindset when first using BBT to have a good first impression. Therefore, you need a undergo a transition. Thankfully, you don’t have to figure it out alone. There are a few basic principles that were created that help any user […]
It’s hard not to compare BBT(behavior based testing), without raising some questions about BDD(Behavior driven development). In many aspects they do the same thing, but are very different in their own rights. BBT’s design and development relies heavily on BDD concepts, just like BDD relies on TDD (test driven development). Like all new tools, holes […]
When it comes to testing web-services, tests are pretty black and white, submitting data and expecting data or a response back. However, there is so much to test, it regularly leaves many guessing if they got everything. And this is where switching to BBT alleviates a lot of stress. Keep in mind that BBT won’t […]
Manual software testing can be challenging in its own right. Here are some best practices to help you become more efficient at it.
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