SpecFlow is a tool that can translate natural language scenarios (e.g. writing in English or other spoken languages) into test code. This can allow business people, users, or other stakeholders to verify that the correct features are being built.
Selenium is a tool that allows test code (multiple programming languages supported) to automated a web browser. This allows the creation of automated UI tests that operate the web application as if an end user where doing it; for example clicking buttons and typing text into input boxes.
My new Pluralsight course shows how to integrate these two tools.
The course is organized into four modules:
- Introduction to Business Readable Web Testing
- Getting Started with Selenium
- Adding Business Readability with SpecFlow
- Creating More Maintainable Web Automation
If you’re new to SpecFlow I suggest watching this course first before moving on to Automated Business Readable Web Tests with Selenium and SpecFlow.