Overview

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.

The paradigm of working with JBehave is as follows:

 

Introduction

Overview

Overview of the JBehave framework with key steps involved.

http://www.testingdocs.com/what-is-jbehave-framework/

BDD

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

https://www.testingdocs.com/what-is-behavior-driven-development-bdd/

JBehave Plugin

Install Eclipse Plugin

Steps to install JBehave Eclipse Plugin.

https://www.testingdocs.com/installing-jbehave-eclipse-plugin/

Install IntelliJ Plugin

Steps to install JBehave IntelliJ Plugin.

https://www.testingdocs.com/installing-jbehave-plugins-in-intellij-idea-ide/

JBehave Annotations

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

http://www.testingdocs.com/most-commonly-used-jbehave-annotations/

Automation Story

Writing Simple JBehave Story

https://www.testingdocs.com/writing-simple-jbehave-story/

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.

http://www.testingdocs.com/writing-step-class-for-a-jbehave-story/

Configure Stories

Learn how to configure JBehave Stories

https://www.testingdocs.com/configure-jbehave-stories/

Run Stories

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

https://www.testingdocs.com/running-jbehave-stories-junitstory-and-junitstories/

Serenity BDD Framework

 

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

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