Content tagged with: BDD
Ever since I first heard about Cucumber I’ve always felt that those Ruby-folks has a nicer setup around Cucumber and it’s tools.
This video presents collected working experiences of several .NET projects using SpecFlow. This video presents questions you ran into when doing BDD with SpecFlow and possible answers.
Download this video from http://ndc2011.macsimum.no/mp4/Day1%20Wednesday/Track5%201500-1600.mp4
TickSpec is a lightweight Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) framework. You describe behaviour in plain text using the Gherkin business language, i.e. given, when, then. It is then easy to execute the behaviour against matching F# tick methods (let “tick method“ () = true) or attributed C# or F# methods.
The video looks at TickSpec, a lightweight Open Source BDD framework, which builds on Cucumber’s Gherkin business language. It presents plenty of live samples in Visual Studio, from a simple game all the way up to a fully fledged Silverlight Trading Application.
This video shows how you can write your tests is natural language that can be at least reviewed by a business user and then directly executed without further coding in most cases with SpecFlow.
Video producer: Chicago ALT.NET