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Community Day 2021 - BDD with CucumberStudio and TestComplete

SmartBear Alumni (Retired)

Community Day 2021 - BDD with CucumberStudio and TestComplete

This awesome video session concludes the video series the TestComplete QA team prepared for Community Day 2021!


However, the event is far from being over - our team is ready for your questions! Feel free to ask them in the comments to any videos sessions that can be found under the event tag - #CommunityDay2021


BDD with CucumberStudio and TestComplete

by Sergey Sammal, Software Engineering Manager


This video describes how SmartBear CucumberStudio and TestComplete can be combined together for implementing the BDD approach in your test automation. Including Jenkins into this set will complete your solution with full orchestration. We will show a step-by-step guide using our example project on how to achieve this goal and what benefits you will have using SmartBear tools.


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00:00 Speaker introduction

02:32 The session's start

03:20 Why we choose BDD

04:20 CucumberStudio introduction

06:00 TestComplete introduction

07:44 Test automation & orchestration flows

09:18 Demo Part: CucumberStudio & TestComplete Integration

11:28 Demo Part: Demo automatic test run

13:15 Demo Part: Run project from Jenkins

15:50 Demo Part: Test run results


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Sonya Mihaljova
Community and Education Specialist

Champion Level 3

Thanks for the video!  I have a little knowledge of BDD, but not of any of these tools.  Would we be required to have Jenkins to run everything or is that just the most common?  Is it possible to run with something else, say Azure DevOps instead of Jenkins?

SmartBear Alumni (Retired)

 Hi Marsha_R,


You can use any tool to start the automation. Regarding Azure DevOps I heard some talks about it and TC recently and this is definitely one of the options now. We used Jenkins just because this was done quite some time ago also we use it for our build procedures. You don’t need orchestrator in general, just start TC manually. In this case you will have same results but of course it is not handy.


SmartBear Alumni (Retired)

Thanks to all the participants, you rock!


The best question points go to @Lee_M!

Sonya Mihaljova
Community and Education Specialist

Community Hero

I am already using the TC Jenkins plugin (would appreciate an update of this plugin) 


- it took me a while to realize you can specify groups in from EP and don't have to run the entirety, as well as the other run options


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