C#

A 33-post collection

Scaling SpecFlow With Proper Architecture

In July of 2018, I gave a talk at KCDC titled SpecFlow: Moving Beyond the Basics. Afterward, I changed the title to Scaling SpecFlow to more accurately reflect the topic. »

Running SpecFlow Scenarios in Parallel

As of SpecFlow version 2.0, you can run scenarios in parallel. This means faster execution times and faster feedback in your continuous integration process. Memory Isolation To enable parallel »

Reusable Bindings in SpecFlow

As your application grows, your SpecFlow test suite needs to grow with it. Reusable bindings are essentional to prevent your code from becoming a bloated mess. Fortunately, the SpecFlow runtime »

Working Effectively with SpecFlow Tables

The Gherkin DSL defines data tables as a way of passing a list of values to a step definition. Gherkin tables use the pipe character | to delimit column names and »

SpecFlow Basics

SpecFlow is hands down my favorite testing tool. I've been blogging about it since 2013 covering mostly advanced topics. In this post, I'll go back to the beginning and briefly »