Tag Archives: bdd

Two more neat things about automated tests

You’re probably already aware of some of the reasons Test-Driven and Behaviour-Driven Development (“TDD” and “BDD”) are Good Things:  You can refactor safely, you know when you’ve finished a feature (because all your tests pass), you can add new features without breaking existing functionality, it’s easier to allow others to contribute to your projects and […]

Behat TableNodes – the missing manual

We’ve been using Behat for Behaviour-Driven Development for some time now, and it’s been a fantastic tool.  If you don’t know it, it uses Gherkin to allow you to create tests that describe user behaviour in (almost) natural language. If you have come across Behat before, you probably know that one particularly useful feature is […]

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