The Evolution of the Iridium Dialect

One of the primary goals of Iridium is to allow testers, business analysts, and developers to write end-to-end tests in a language that is as close to English as possible. The Gherkin Given/Then/And/When syntax (upon which Iridium is built) is a great place to start, but in and of itself only guides the steps that you can write rather than providing a hard and fast dialect that testers should use.
The challenge with Iridium has always been to expose a set of steps that allow fluid and natural interaction with web applications via WebDriver, while also resulting in feature files that are easy to write and read.

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