There are two major components required for JBehave to run BDD stories: runners and steps. A runner is a class that will parse the story, run all scenarios, and generate a report. Steps are code methods that match steps written in scenarios. The project already contains all Gradle dependencies so we can dive right into creating the JBehave runner.
JBehave is no exception to the rule that every type of test needs a runner. In the previous chapters, we used JUnit and TestNG runners. While neither of those needed any special configuration, JBehave is a bit more demanding and forces us to create a class that will hold all the configuration required for running stories.
The following is the
Runner code that we'll use throughout ...