- Learn how cucumber-jvm works
- Create a bare-bone framework with all basic requirements that can be reused
So, without further ado, I introduce to you the cucumber-jvm-sample Test Automation Framework, hosted on github.
Following functionality is implemented in this framework:
- Tests specified using cucumber-jvm
- Build tool: Gradle
- Programming language: Groovy (for Gradle) and Java
- Test Data Management: Samples to use data-specified in feature files, AND use data from separate json files
- Browser automation: Using WebDriver for browser interaction
- Web Service automation: Using cxf library to generate client code from web service WSDL files, and invoke methods on the same
- Take screenshots on demand and save on disk
- Integrated cucumber-reports to get 'pretty' and 'meaningful' reports from test execution
- Using apache logger for storing test logs in files (and also report to console)
- Using aspectJ to do byte code injection to automatically log test trace to file. Also creating a separate benchmarks file to track time taken by each method. This information can be mapped separately in other tools like Excel to identify patterns of test execution.
Feel free to fork and use this framework on your projects. If there are any other features you think are important to have in a Test Automation Framework, let me know. Even better would be to submit pull requests with those changes, which I will take a look at and accept if it makes sense.
** Pun intended :) The complex test I am talking about is a simple search using google search.