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BDD in C# - Using Specflow (Cucumber) to Develop a REST API and Automate Software Testing [Video]

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Learn
  • Develop software in BDD (Behaviour Driven Development) using Cucumber software
  • Use SpecFlow to develop software applications
  • Collaborate with other team members ( developers, stakeholders, testers, etc.) through SpecFlow to create a better product
  • Develop a working REST API using SpecFlow following the BDD process
About

In this course, you will learn about Behaviour Driven Development in C# and how this can be done using Specflow, which is the .Net implementation of Cucumber.

We will be going Specflow's core features in detail including:

Installation, Scenarios, Features, Tags, Hooks, Scenario Outlines, Scoped bindings, Step Definitions, Running tests, and many more.

Style and Approach

The course starts off with both video tutorials explaining the Behaviour Driven Development process and an introduction to SpecFlow, followed by practical coding sessions where we will be developing a REST API together using SpecFlow and BDD to make sure that we are able to apply what we have learned. 

Features
  • Basic knowledge of an object-oriented language ( ideally C# ) is required to fully understand some areas of this course
  • The courses are all straight to the point and provide both explanations and examples to ensure the student has fully understood the concepts being explained
Course Length 1 hours 39 minutes
ISBN 9781838558857
Date Of Publication 17 Dec 2018

Authors

Binary Brain

Binary Brain - Coding Expert with over 6 years experience in various areas of expertise including e-commerce and iGaming.

With an MSc in Software Engineering, over 6 years of professional experience in various software development sectors including e-Commerce and IGaming spanning both front end and back end development - the author will be delivering to you high-quality courses containing condensed information of different technologies and software architecture design skills that he has acquired through years. His goal is to transfer this knowledge to his students in an effective way, without any time wasting or beating around the bush.