by John, Junior QA
BDD is designed to focus on the user's needs by requiring developers to think about how their code will be used in an actual user experience. This helps to ensure that the software is built to meet customer requirements. By focusing on the end user, BDD also helps to reduce the amount of time spent debugging code. This results in fewer bugs, faster test cycles, and more reliable software.
- Developing with collaboration: BDD encourages collaboration between developers, testers, and stakeholders throughout the development process. Collaboration helps to ensure that all parties understand the system requirements and that all stakeholders are aligned on the project goals.