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This tutorial is for setting up a web test framework in node.js. Previously, I’ve shown you how to create similar frameworks in Ruby and C#. This post should help you add another language to your testing arsenal. Why node.js? There are lots of reasons to choose various …

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I was in a discussion the other week about choosing a language for your acceptance tests. The general consensus was that you should mirror your other code and choose the same language. For example, if you’re using a .NET stack then choosing SpecFlow with your step definitions and …

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If you have a Windows machine then setting up Cucumber is a little more difficult, but not that bad. This article is based around installing everything on a Windows 8.1 machine, but the steps will be largely the same for Windows 7. If I have missed something that&#8217 …

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I’m assuming you’re already up and running with your Cucumber setup and are ready to start! If you haven’t already set Cucumber up, you may want to go back to this page and follow the tutorial for your particular computer. Done? OK, good. The …

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You are in luck. It’s a bit easier to install Cucumber (and everything it needs) on an Apple than it is on other computers. Installing Ruby with Rbenv and Homebrew To start out, we’re going to install Homebrew, a third party package manager for Apple. It …

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These tutorials are all about setting up Cucumber from scratch, with no prior knowledge at all. I’ve been asked many times for links to blog posts on where to start if you are a complete beginner. I have found none of a sufficient quality, so I thought I …

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