If the business owner/QA are writing/running the Acceptance test against the front end of a Asp.Net Mvc Application, is there a benefit to using SpecFlow/Watin or SpecFlow/Selenium over Cucumber/Watir, besides the "all on one platform" benefit?
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The major benefit for me is that Specflow compiles feature file into the unit tests.
I am using NUnit and with this feature I can run my tests written in “classic” style and GivenWhenThen style in one suite. Some things look very ridiculous when I’ve tried to describe them in Gherkin (Specflow):
Imagine, If I have about 20 such UI scenarios in one feature, so who will read all this GivenWhenThen mess?
Sure, I can refine that scenario to make it in one step, but instead of that I am writing a classic unit test:
Using the Specflow, I can use classic unit tests and features in one test suite because specflow compiles the scenarios into the unit tests