The gap between IT and business is shrinking by the minute. Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is acting as a conduct for more collaboration and continuous delivery in the software development process.
LEAPWORK’s codeless and visual language guarantees software quality by allowing collaboration between developers, QA and business participants.
Express the end-user's behavior and get satisfied users by focusing on the business’ needs.
Allow testers to implement BDD by easily mapping steps to concrete actions.
No-code automation that narrows the communication gap and reduces misconceptions.
A collaborative culture equals accelerated results. Through BDD you gain the ability to bring products to market faster. This is because teamwork and communication speed up the entire process and make it easier to produce anything. You can enable BDD through LEAPWORK’s no-code automation software thanks to its intuitive visual flowcharts.
Unlike most test automation tools that claim to be codeless, LEAPWORK truly stands up for its claims. LEAPWORK’s next-generation visual language makes it easy to design and understand each other’s test cases, removing any dependency on a developer.
It provides all relevant teams with a shared process to collaborate on software testing. Its visual building blocks and normal-language constructs allow testers to implement BDD by easily mapping steps to concrete actions.
Following the BDD doctrine, LEAPWORK uses normal language constructs that express the behavior of the end-user and easily define the expected outcomes.
LEAPWORK can be used to automate absolutely anything. Any protocol, architecture, application type or age – it just works. Gone are the days of logjam when it comes to automating test cases. LEAPWORK’s customer support is incredible.
Scott Kent - QA Program Manager, Health First
With LEAPWORK’s test automation platform you can design test cases using a visual language that hides all unnecessary complexity, across browsers, operating systems and web applications. The team’s ability to communicate and collaborate in the software development process accelerates as a result.
By using BDD as a form of test automation, companies can streamline activities in software development. Whether you want to avoid technical time-waste caused by a reluctance to refactor code, slow feedback caused by handovers and silos, or rework caused by vague requirements, BDD offers a pro-active approach to software development.
LEAPWORK’s UI workflows work both as a visual description of a process and as a documentation of how that process is executed. With the LEAPWORK Automation Platform test runs are documented in three ways: a video recording of the entire run, a debug version of your design canvas, and an activity log with debug information from the building blocks.
All three are correlated and inspected simultaneously. When you do a replay, building blocks are highlighted to ease troubleshooting as you move through the flow.