Writing a Failing Acceptance Test with Cucumber

This is the seventh post in the first Build-Measure-Learn cycle.
In the last post, I introduced the Hexagonal Architecture as regulative power driving the application towards a domain centric design. In this blog post, I describe the first implementation step. It covers the implementation of an acceptance test with Cucumber guided by the Hexagonal Architecture style. I will pick up the first scenario for a puncture of the automated tests. As a result, there will be a failing acceptance test. Continue reading “Writing a Failing Acceptance Test with Cucumber”