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September 2014 Entries
Executable Specifications: End-to-end Acceptance Testing with SpecFlow
My latest Pluralsight course came out last month, and I’ve been so busy with the next one I haven’t blogged about it yet… It’s all about Executable Specifications – defining requirements for software in a way that is testable, and testing the software meets the requirements using SpecFlow: Executable Specifications: End-to-End Acceptance Testing With SpecFlow The course looks at defining specifications that can be executed at different levels, to give confidence to different stakeholders. I cover ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 24, 2014 11:18 PM just got badder
Who’s bad? The original release of was a bit limited – you could get whatever error response you needed, but only if you changed your client to point to the URLs – so if you want to test that your client behaves differently when it gets a 500 from the server, you had to change the code to point to With the new release (from commit 6ab647e), now has dedicated host names for the common error responses, and they can take any URL. ......

Posted On Friday, September 12, 2014 7:12 AM

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