Applies to CucumberStudio 1.0, last modified on January 09, 2020

We strongly recommend you to look at the 2 project samples. These projects are generated when you sign up. It will help you to be familiar with the concepts of CucumberStudio: scenario, action word, test run, and so one. You can delete them at any time.

Project Samples

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Ready to go now with your first project?

Step 1: Create a project

Go to the projects list. To create a new project, click on Create project link.

Write the name (My first project!).

For this example, select the project type BDD-Friendly and click on Create (Later, if you want to change the project type for Classic Agile mode, you can manage it in the Project Settings in the left menu).

Creating the First Project

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Then you access directly to your project Dashboard.

The Project Dashboard

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Step 2: Create a scenario

Go to the Scenarios page using the left menu. Create a new scenario named "Login".

Creating a Scenario

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You can now navigate to this scenario by clicking on its name. On the scenario page, you can add a description. Then start writing your first step, an action: “Given user logs in with John as username and Newcorp as password” and click Create action word.

The Scenario page: The First Page

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Add a second step, a check: “Then user should be logged in” and click Create action word.

The Scenario page: The Seconds Step

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Congratulation, you have created your very first (and simple) scenario! Let’s execute it.

Step 3: Execute a scenario

Go to the Test runs page using the left menu. Create a new test run named Test Sprint 1.

Creating a New Test Run

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Select your test run.

The Test Run Page

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Once you have created a test run, an execution cycle is automatically created. Click on the Resume test button to execute the test manually.

You can set the scenario status, or update the step statuses one by one. Two buttons allow you to pause or close the execution cycle.

Starting Test Execution Manually

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After the test execution, the test status has been updated. You can click on the test to see details.

The Test Details Page

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Click on the test run name (left column) to come back to the summary.

You are done! Now you can start your first project. We also recommend you to learn other key features of CucumberStudio like action word, refactoring and CucumberStudio publisher if you plan to automate your tests and integrate with your CI process.

See Also

Writing scenarios with Gherkin syntax
Manual test execution
Automate your tests
Project lifecycle

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