Tag Archives: SpecFlow

SpecFlow – First month of BDDing

I introduced SpecFlow to my team in December 2013. I was really sold on BDD by three of it’s main benefits benefits: Living documentation – BDD creates up-to-date and relevant documentation Increased collaboration – BDD promotes discussion up-front and reduces handoffs … Continue reading

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Jenkins + GitHub, MSBuild, MSTest (and SpecFlow)

After experimenting with SpecFlow a bit, now I want to try and run the tests automatically with Jenkins. It turns out it was incredibly easy. Really there are just 4 straight forward steps, which I think are best explained with … Continue reading

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BDDing with SpecFlow

Unit testing and TDD have become standard development practices for some time. Unit Testing helps build loosely coupled software and it verifies code is functioning correctly. Where it comes up short is verifying if the software being built actually satisfies … Continue reading

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