In order to keep ourselves updated with the latest software development practices, we ought to choose between the Test-driven development (TDD) and Behavior-driven development (BDD). This blog post is meant to explain what TDD/BDD mean, the steps followed in each of them, the preferred one and the reason for it?
Test Driven Development (TDD)
TDD is a one of the best software development techniques which involves writing the automated test cases before writing functional pieces of the code. This technique is popular in agile methodologies as it drives, delivering a shippable product at the end of a sprint. It is also considered as a programming technique. The main aim of TDD is to write clean code that works.
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Behavior Driven Development (BDD)
BDD is also one of the software development techniques which involves writing user behavior and specification before writing test automation scripts or the functional pieces of code. Behavior-driven development focuses on the business behaviors your code is implemented. The Agile product owner or a business analyst sit together and write pending specifications in a plain text. The business person specifies behaviors they want to see in the system.