Test Driven Development

What is Test Driven Development?

Test Driven Development or TDD is a software development process in which all software requirements are broken down into test cases, before building or writing the actual code.

Developers first create a test case that specifies the expected behavior of a particular piece of code. They then write the code to make the test pass, and once the test passes, they refactor the code as needed while ensuring the test continues to pass.

This cycle is repeated iteratively for different parts of the software.

What are the benefits of the TDD approach?

TDD has several benefits, including improved code quality, better test coverage, and increased confidence in the code's correctness. It helps catch and address bugs early in the development process, leading to more robust and maintainable software. TDD also promotes a clear understanding of requirements and encourages developers to focus on writing code that meets specific, testable criteria.

Overall, TDD is a disciplined approach that leads to higher-quality software with fewer defects.

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