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If you’ve maintained an acceptance test suite of any significant size you’ll know how important it is to keep that code organised. If you’re hitting a GUI, you’ve probably tried the Page Objects pattern. You may even be pretty happy with it. But how well does your code really adapt to change? What if you want to run your acceptance tests against deeper levels of the domain? What patterns can you use now?
In this talk, Matt will gush excitedly about the Screenplay pattern, his new favourite golden hammer for acceptance test code organisation. He’ll use real example to make sure you can go and apply this pattern back at home.
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The Screenplay Pattern: A Revolutionary Way to Structure Your Acceptance Tests
Matt is the author of The Cucumber Book, and in 2013 he cofounded Cucumber Limited with Aslak Hellesøy and Julien Biezemans. Their company was acquired by SmartBear in 2019 and he now works as a BDD Advocate with a mission to maximise the adoption of BDD practices in the software industry.