Software Ontwikkeling

Software Ontwikkeling

BDD and mobile testing: a happy marriage

When it comes to automated mobile testing, we see two big challenges in practice. The first challenge is setting up a useful automation framework and the second are the high demands by CI/CD projects. In this presentation I’ll share how I solved these challenges in practice using BDD, Cucumber and Appium. Both the concept of the solution and a live demo of the solution will be shown. In the demo I’ll show the mobile test framework I used to test a mobile app (Flitsmeister). First, I will briefly introduce the concept of BDD using the metaphor of the Rosetta stone. Business, developers and testers can finally understand each other using a shared formulation technique that uses plain language, and can be used to describe requirements, build software and automate testing. Then this concept is linked to the testing of mobile apps. I will show how BDD, Cucumber and Appium will benefit mobile CI/CD projects in a live demo testing a mobile app (Flitsmeister). I will show:



Reminder call for presentations

Ard Kramer, Chair of the Programme Committee: We like to receive your stories about how you're continuous learning to work with new tools; What do you learn from the continuous feedback you receive; How do you deliver value continuously, solve your problems continuously, by improving yourself continuously.As you might have noticed, our theme for this year is how all those continuous changes impact Test Automation. From multiple points of view: for example not only by sharing successes but also insightful failures. We offer various formats in how to present your story: a talk, a masterclass, a workshop or maybe you have an suggestions of your own?
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