Acceptance testing with FitNesse and .NET

Acceptance testing with FitNesse and .NET

FitNesse is an open source software testing tool which can be used to do acceptance testing in a lot of different scenarios. It was originally developed to test java applications but can also be used with some modifications with the .NET framework. Since the documentation for using it in .NET is widely spread across the web I decided to write down some of the information that I have found useful in a few posts. Another useful resource of information is Gojko Adzic’s book about Fitnesse. This post sums up briefly what you need to do in order to

* … install and run FitNesse
* … develop the integration layer
* … create a test page

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Johannes Täuber

I am a senior software developer, software architect and certified scrum master. My primary areas of involvement are in object-orientated development (applying OOA, OOD, SOA, AOP, …), refactoring, design patterns, agile methods (such as extreme programming or scrum). Currently my main platform is the .NET framework with the C# programming language. Additionally I have a lot of programming experience in Java and Delphi. Furthermore I have made contact with several other programming languages, such as C++, VB, etc.

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