Selenium with Cucumber Training and Certification.
BIIT’s Selenium with Cucumber training and certification course curriculum consists of an overview of BDD, Selenium basics and fundamentals, Selenium Architecture, Selenium IDE, WebDriver, Selenium Grid, TestNG, AutoIT, Cucumber Acceptance Tests, Page Object Model, Page factory, Building Framework using Cucumber, creating Maven project, etc.
The Selenium with Cucumber physical and online courses are both structured in such a way that will enable you to clear top testing certification exams like ISTQB certification.
Today, testing professionals are earning a handsome salary as compared to software developers. The average salary of automation testing professional with skills like Selenium and Cucumber is from 6 to 8 lacks per annum.
Each of our instructors are highly qualified professionals with a wealth of experience amounting to 10+ years.
They will assist you in each aspect like; hands-on training, real-time projects, placement training, interview preparation, certification, etc.
The Selenium with Cucumber certification course is a one time investment offer which will provide you with lifetime benefits.
What you can learn by using Cucumber.
Test Driven Development and Behavior Driven Development.
How to set up and install Cucumber with Eclipse.
How to create a Cucumber Selenium Java Test, the Cumber Feature File, Gherkin and Cucumber Options.
How to perform Data Driven Testing in Cucumber.
Is this Cucumber testing course right for you?
Firstly you need to have the following
Basic knowledge of concepts and techniques used in Software testing.
Basic knowledge of Automation Testing.
Note: The target audience for this course is Software Testers, and beginners who want to make a career in the BDD test field.
Cucumber Tool Syllabus:
1 – Cucumber Introduction
2 – Set Up Cucumber with Selenium in Eclipse
3 – Cucumber Basics
4 – Data Driven Testing
Introduction to Cucumber:
Cucumber is an open source tool to support Behavior Driven Development with plain text specifications, It is not an Automated Test Tool and It can Test Functional behavior of web applications by integrating Selenium or Watir etc, tools.
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) framework is extended version of TDD (Test Driven Development) that supports behavioral part of software code.
Cucumber reads executable specifications written in plain text and validates that the software does what those specifications say.
Gherkin is a business readable language which helps you to describe business behaviour without going into details of implementation. It is a domain specific language for defining tests in Cucumber format for specifications.