JBehave Framework Tutorial: It is a framework for Behavior Driven Development. BDD is an evolution of test-driven development (TDD). It shifts the vocabulary from being test-based to behavior-based.

For more details on the JBehave framework, visit the official JBehave website at: http://jbehave.org

The paradigm of working with JBehave is as follows:

JBehave Framework Paradigm


Overview of the JBehave framework with key steps involved.


BDD is practiced with automation tools like JBehave, Cucumber, Jasmine, etc

JBehave Framework

Jbehave Plugin

Steps to install JBehave Eclipse Plugin.

JBehave IntelliJ Plugins Steps

Steps to install JBehave IntelliJ Plugin.

Jbehave Annotations

JBehave supports many annotations,  we will discuss some most commonly used annotations here.

Automation Story

Writing Simple JBehave Story

JBehave Framework

Step class

Writing Step Class for a JBehave Story: The easiest way to create the step class with a dummy skeleton is from the story itself.

Configure Stories

Learn how to configure JBehave Stories

Run Stories

JUnitStory is a JUnit runnable entry-point to run a single story specified by a Embeddable class.


View JBehave results on Apache Server

Serenity BDD Framework

Introduction to Serenity

Serenity BDD Framework

Sample Serenity Project

Create project using command line

Serenity Maven Artifacts

Running Serenity Tests

Debug Serenity Project