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Executable Specifications: End-to-End Acceptance Testing With SpecFlow

by Elton Stoneman

Acceptance tests prove your solution actually works, and using them to implement executable specifications proves your solution does what it should do. In this course we look at capturing requirements as executable specifications and implementing them as end-to-end tests with SpecFlow.

What you'll learn

This course uses SpecFlow to write automated acceptance tests at different levels, to prove your app meets the needs of different stakeholders. We'll build tests that flex the whole stack at the feature level, so the business users are happy they're getting what they want. And we'll use the same technologies to write technical acceptance tests that flex non-functional requirements, so the technical team is confident the solution is fit for purpose. The end result is a suite of tests that prove your app does what it needs to do, and does it well.

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About the author

Elton is a 10-time Microsoft MVP, author, trainer and speaker. He spent most of his career as a consultant working in Microsoft technologies, architecting and delivering complex solutions for industry leaders. He has delivered APIs on Azure serving millions of clients daily, Big Data solutions processing billions of events weekly, and cutting-edge solutions powered by containers. Elton's experience with .NET goes from .NET 1.0 running on Windows Server, right up to .NET Core running on Linux. Wh... more

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