Audience: testers, analysts, programmers. Learn to build refined acceptance tests in Fitnesse.
- Class size: 12 to 24
- Prerequisites: none
Pricing / Details
Fitnesse combines the ease of use of a Wiki with the power of being able to define acceptance tests via a series of tables (known as Fit tables). Used properly, Fitnesse tests can act as the negotiation point between programming and the business.
This course teaches you the fundamentals of Fitnesse, enough to be on your way building automated acceptance tests. You'll overview techniques for best expressing requirements using Fitnesse.
You may also want to consider the two-day Fitnesse Workship, which teaches you advanced techniques for taking advantage of the full power behind Fitnesse.
This is a hands-on course, where students learn to build their own working Fitnesse tests. Note that this is not a programming course and does not teach how to program fixtures. The Fitnesse Programming Crash Course provides hands-on experience in building custom Fitnesse fixtures.
Fitnesse Fundamentals is currently offered for both C# and Java environments. We can also build support for C++ and Ruby classes if you're interested! (We also support FIT, SLIM, or both.)
Fitnesse overview The Fitnesse innovation: Wiki + FIT / SLIM Editing test pages Running Fitnesse tests ColumnFixture / decision table RowFixture / query table Suites Graceful names SetUp, TearDown, and !include Test data concerns Table flow Annotating test pages DoFixture /script table Determining the appropriate fixture type Test design Test organization
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