XBDD is a tool to unite automated and manual testing efforts using Cucumber feature files. Test reports can be uploaded to XBDD manually or via a continuous integration server, giving you an information radiator on how many tests are passing, how many failed and how many can be run manually. Pin a report and get your team to walk through the manual feature files and check off each step to perform a full regression test.
See the user guide for a fuller overview of XBDD functionality.
See INSTALL.md for details on prerequisites, installation and configuration.
For Performance / Production
Run the script contained within
mongoIndexes.txt to create compound indexes required for search/sort.
See the user guide for an overview of XBDD functionality.
Cucumber JSON reports can be uploaded manually from the XBDD main page. See UPLOAD.md for instructions on automating the upload with Maven.
For all those wishing to contribute to XBDD please fork the repository, and submit your changes via a pull request.
Please ensure your pull request follows the pre-existing coding style and that
mvn clean verify passes. You can use
grunt pretty to format your CSS and JS correctly.