A cucumber is a tool for running automated tests written in plain English. It is easily integrated with other tools and frameworks and has been adopted by many teams as the default choice for writing and executing automated acceptance tests.
To install Cucumber on Windows you will need to have Ruby installed. If you don't have Ruby installed you can download it from the Ruby downloads page. Once Ruby is installed open a command prompt and type "gem install cucumber". This will install the latest version of Cucumber and all its dependencies.
A cucumber is a tool that supports Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD). It runs automated acceptance tests written in a behavior-driven development (BDD) style. Cucumber is written in the Ruby programming language.
To install Cucumber you need to have Ruby installed on your system. You can check whether Ruby is installed on your system or not by running the following command in your terminal: If you see something like this it means that Ruby is already installed on your system:
If you don't have Ruby installed on your system you can install it by following the instructions given on the official Ruby website: https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/documentation/installation/
It runs automated acceptance tests written in a behavior-driven development (BDD) style. Cucumber interprets Gherkin feature files and executes the automation code written in support files. This article will show you how to install Cucumber in your Windows system.
There are two parts to installing Cucumber in your system:
1) Install Ruby
2) Install the Cucumber Gem
Before you can install Cucumber you need to have Ruby installed in your system. You can check if you have Ruby installed by opening the command prompt and typing "ruby -v". If Ruby is not installed you can download it from the official Ruby website (https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/) Once Ruby is installed you can install the Cucumber Gem by typing "gem install cucumber" in the command prompt.