May 15, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Ever heard it said that written documentation is outdated as soon as it's written and automated tests are the real documentation for a system? Executable specifications are an attempt to make that statement a reality. Specflow is a tool that lets you write automated tests in natural language that can be understood and written by anybody. It actually reads like documentation. The tests look like this:
a new bowling game
all of my rolls are strikes
my total score should be
By the end of this presentation you'll have everything you need to add Specflow to your testing toolbox. You'll know what executable specifications are, what the difference is between Cucumber, Gherkin, and Specflow, plus you'll know how to set up Specflow, what it's different components are, and how to use it to write executable specifications in (almost) natural language.