30 Mar '13, 4pm

Latest ironblogger post on SimpleBDD https://t.co/p9rEQgqiwH

A small number of projects here in New York have adopted my extremely simple behaviour driven development library, SimpleBDD, and I thought I’d share some of the emerging patterns those teams have developed while using it. SimpleBDD, is a way of using a Gherkin like specification language and turning into a method call with Ruby. It takes the approach of tools like Cucumber but reduces it down the smallest set of features. Essentially taking a method call: Given "a logged in user" and calling an underlaying function: a_logged_in_user If that method is in the scope of the executing test, that method is executed, if the method isn’t in scope or doesn’t exist the standard method not found exception is raised. It enables a developer to produce Gherkin like specifications while staying in Ruby, using the test framework of choice. I generally try and follow the advise of my coll...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/thoughts-on-simple-bdd/

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