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Cucumber Cookbook by Shankar Garg

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Integrating Cucumber with Jenkins and GitHub

To schedule test case executions remotely, we integrate our testing frameworks with Jenkins. Jenkins has a lot of advantages as it is open source, free, easy to use, can schedule a run on scheduled time or trigger builds after an event, and so on. So it becomes very important that our Cucumber test cases are also run from Jenkins. We will look at this in detail in the next chapter.

Getting ready

  1. Installing and running Jenkins on a local machine is out of the scope of this book. I am assuming that you have either local or remote Jenkins setup ready and can access Jenkins via the URL. If you need any help regarding the setup, follow the Step mentioned in the blog at https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Installing+Jenkins ...

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