Who Should Attend?

  • Newcomers to BDD and SpecFlow

 

Attendees should have a basic understanding of writing Selenium WebDriver Scripts (we use C# bindings)
Some programming experience would be advantageous. The course is based on using WebDriver with C# & NUnit.

Exam Details

There is no exam as part of this course.

Objectives

  • Understand the required Visual Studio Extensions and Libraries to use SpecFlow & WebDriver
  • Understand how to structure your automated SpecFlow project
  • Gain a full understanding of how to write good Gherkin and Step Definitions
  • Understand how to refactor and re-use common Methods for Steps

Choose a location

Please note: this course runs on demand so the price is TBC. It can be arranged to run on-site at your offices as Training for Teams or as a public course if there is sufficient interest.

Please contact us for more details.

Course Content and Agenda

This course covers nine key areas over two days:

  • A background to BDD and its benefits
  • The process of BDD
  • An overview of the tools available
  • Terminology
  • Feature files
  • Introduction to the Gherkin language
  • Basic syntax
  • Using the background fixture
  • Parameters
  • Doc Strings
  • Examples and data tables
  • Using tags to organise execution
  • Commenting
  • SpecFlow Visual Studio plugin
  • Installing the SpecFlow libraries
  • WebDriver and other dependent libraries
  • Creating a project structure
  • Creating a Feature File
  • Formatting and execution of Feature Files
  • Creating our Test Classes
  • Using prototype step definitions
  • Fixing errors for executing feature files
  • Creating step definition Methods
  • Expanding Methods with Parameters
  • Step definition syntax
  • Using Regular Expressions
  • Using multiple annotations for one method
  • Re-using methods for more than one scenario
  • Scenario Outline
  • In-line Step Table Iterating
  • Using SpecFlow
  • Using tags
  • Results & reporting
  • Command line execution
  • SpecFlow fixtures for execution flow
  • Using SpecFlow & WebDriver under the Page Object Model
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