Angular & Spring Boot - Using Serenity BDD for Integration Testing by@andreistefanwork
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Angular & Spring Boot - Using Serenity BDD for Integration Testing

by ⭐️ Andrei Stefan9mMay 24th, 2022
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The goal of this article is to build a simple web application that tries to predict the age of a person, given their name. Then, using Serenity BDD library, write an integration test that ensures the application behaves correctly. The complete project code is available on [GitHub](https://github.com/andreistefanwork/angular-spring-integration-test)

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