I am a beginner to Selenium, I have started automating simple practice sites using Selenium Webdriver with java. Now I want to follow some framework for full integration testing, but I am little confused about what framework to use. I read about cucumber and junit, please help me understand the difference between these frameworks and which framework will be best suited for integrated tests?

  • There is no framework that is specifically "good" for integration test. It only depends on how you implement them. – Yu Zhang Apr 15 '17 at 20:30

It depends on the scope of your project requirement, if your project demands to use bdd methodology, use can explore cucumber-jvm, . Junit is a unit testing tool which is used to build the testautomation framework, nd where as cucumber is bdd spec where we define scenarios in terms of business requirements

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