In the Building a real web application with Cucumber (Intermediate) recipe, we completed five simple user stories driven by Cucumber, and we learnt how to drive a Rails web application development using Cucumber in a BDD style.
Gherkin provides various kinds of expressive syntax. In this recipe, we are going to learn various kinds of skills and tips with Cucumber Gherkin DSL, and how to write readable, organized, and reusable Gherkin to help us solve real-world problems.
We will reuse the Rails application,
cucumber_bdd_how_to, which we created in the Writing your first Hello World feature (Simple) recipe, so please
cd into that directory to get prepared.