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Showing posts with label Specflow. Show all posts
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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Behavior Driven Development (BDD) with SpecFlow and ASP.NET MVC

Test Driven Development (TDD) has been around for about a decade, and has been mainstream for at least five years now. During this time, TDD practitioners have been gradually changing and refining the methodology, the mindset, and the terminology in an effort to increase its usefulness and avoid some of the problems that newcomers often experience.

The mindset and terminology has shifted so much that some folks have started using a new name for the updated methodology: BDD. Here's a brief overview*

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BDD using SpecFlow on ASP.NET MVC Application

I have been doing TDD (Test Driven Development/Design) for quite some now, and I have found this to be pretty useful. Writing test is always kind of pain if you don't get it right. The problem with TDD seems it's more oriented towards writing tests whereas the developer may be more concerned with the design and behaviour of the system.

The problem per se doesn't lie with TDD, but more with the mindset. It's about getting our mind in the right spot. So, here comes BDD a.k.a. Behaviour Driven Development. These are not just terminology changes, but it's about a change in the way we write our tests or rather specification in terms of BDD. Without further ado, let's dig deeper into this unchartered territory.


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