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The Cucumber for Java Book by Seb Rose, Matt Wynne, Aslak Hellesoy

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Organizing the Code

Before we finish this session, let’s be kind to our future selves and tidy up a little. As we worked, we just created everything we needed inline in our src/test/java/nicebank/Steps.java file. We’ll move most of that stuff out of there, and put it into a more conventional place. Here’s a list of what we’d like to fix:

  • The application’s domain model classes should move into the src/main/java tree.

  • The KnowsTheDomain class can move into its own file.

  • The Steps file can be split to organize the step definitions better. This is arguably unnecessary for a project with only three step definitions, but we’ll do it anyway to illustrate how we’d do this on a bigger project.

Separating the Application Code

It’s conventional ...

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