BDD stands for "Behaviour Driven Development." It is a software development methodology that aims to improve collaboration and communication between developers, testers, and business stakeholders by using a common language to describe the behaviour of the system.
In BDD, developers, testers, and business stakeholders work together to define the behavior of the system in terms of scenarios or user stories that describe how the system should behave under different conditions. These scenarios are written in a structured format using a tool such as Gherkin, which allows for easy automation of tests based on the scenarios.
BDD emphasizes the importance of defining the expected behavior of the system in a clear and concise manner, as well as the importance of continuous collaboration and feedback between all parties involved in the development process. This helps to ensure that the final product meets the needs of the business and is of high quality.
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