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One of the key benefit of the BDD is automated feature files or automated scenarios. Some scenarios we need to run in different browsers or with different setup. It would be awesome if we have virtual images provisioned with all our scenario execution requirements and we can achieve that with Docker.
Docker containers can be used for running automated scenarios with different drivers, browsers or configs. e.g PhantomJS, Selenium, etc.
This talk will cover:
Introduction to Docker
Benefits of using docker containers for running Cucumber scenario
Preparing Cucumber environment for docker
Creating docker images e.g https://hub.docker.com/r/shashikant86/
Downloading image and run docker containers
Executing Cucumber scenarios inside Docker containers
Demo: Running Cucumber scenario heedlessly with Poltergeist
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Shashikant is a software professional, he loves automating software delivery using DevOps and test automation tools. Shashikant uses Apple Developer tools like Swift, Xcode, XCTest, Xcode Server. In addition to Open-Source Contributor and is the author of BDDfire (Ruby) and XCFit (Swift) framework.