We’ve taken a quick skim over a lot of different things in this chapter, all of which will be covered again in more detail later. Let’s recap and highlight some of the most important points.
Cucumber likes you to use a conventional directory structure for storing your features and step definitions:
You can override this structure, if you really want to, by passing arguments to Cucumber, but this is the conventional and simplest way to store your files.
As we progressed through the example, did you notice how often we ran cucumber?
One of the things we love about working outside-in with Cucumber is how it helps ...