Posts tagged with bdd
In this post I will show you how you can use input parameters with bddify's Fluent API
In this post we cover Fluent API as the third approach to specify scenario steps
In this post we discuss how you can specify your steps explicitly using
We wrote a simple scenario in the previous post; but how can we write a user story using bddify?
In this article I explain how you may take advantage of method name conventions in bddify to very easily write a BDD behavior
BDDfy V1 is released. This is an introduction to the framework and a start of an extensive series about BDDfy.
Bddify is a very simple .Net library that allows you to write BDD tests easily.
BDD removes the ambiguity from the requirements; but taking it a step further could provide a lot of other benefits.
In this article I discuss a simple technique that provides a rather decent result if you cannot or do not need to use a fully fledged BDD framework.