Cucumber’s default behavior is to output results similar to the Gherkin source text—with a little extra information such as colors, locations of matched step definitions, highlighting of arguments, and so on. This isn’t the only way to output results. Cucumber lets you use a different output format. For example, if you want a minimal report with a single character per step, you can use the progress formatter:
|||$ cucumber --format progress|
Each character represents the status of each step:
Cucumber also has built-in formatters that output html, json, and junit. The latter is handy if you are running ...