AiL – JBehave and Spring

Having succeeded in getting a simple JBehave story running. my next challenge is to scale it up a bit. In particular, I want to get a JBehave story that integrates with Spring to do something more fully-featured: save an entry in a database.

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Book Review – The Cucumber Book

The Cucumber Book

Title: The Cucumber Book – Behaviour-Driven Development for Testers and Developers

Authors: Matt Wynne, Aslak Hellesøy

Rating: 4/5

Overall, a solid introduction to the Cucumber testing tool, and BDD in general. About the only criticism I have of it is that it’s perhaps a little bit too Ruby focused – an example of working with an application or a database without leveraging Rails would have been nice.

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RSpec, JRuby and Story Testing Java Code

I’ve long been interested in decent ways of expressing tests in a human-readable format. Not just any humans, but BAs and business reps in particular – the kind of people who will not be interested in slugging through piles of language syntax. I tried Fit sometime ago, and was impressed, but when I came back and revisited it recently, it looked a lot like the community had kind of faded away. Accordingly, I looked around at what else was available, and stumbled across RSpec Now, I want to test Java code, and RSpec is for Ruby (as the R kind of hints), but I was able to get this going under JRuby fairly easily. I couldn’t find any examples of other people doing that, so I thought I’d write it up.

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