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by Jerome Josephraj

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There is a general mis-conception that BDD should be used for testing. Many projects consider using BDD during “Testing phase” and only the QA team uses BDD. When BDD is rolled out this way, the teams don’t see the benefits. In this short video, I have explained how Behavior Driven Development (BDD) should be rolled out correctly in a project and how you could use NoCodeBDD to automate BDD scenarios in minutes.

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