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specflow vs fitnesse

I am evaluating between specflow vs fitnesse with respect to BDD. I would like to find: Fitnesse allows the user to pass inputs through excel. Specflow provides any similar functionality? Fitnesse ...
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Product Owners - level of involvement with .feature files

I am involved in a project where Given-When-Then formatted stories are written by the Product Owner (in a web-based story repository / JIRA), then created by Developers, while system test automation ...
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SpecFlow - test MVC3 Web site with action calls

I'm very new to BDD testing, and would like to ask, is it possible/OK to test ASP MVC3 actions directly (using WebClient) using SpecFlow? i.e. Feature: Login Scenario: Logging in Given I post ...
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BDD SpecFlow w/WatiN test during/after redirect

I have begun to use SpecFlow and WatiN to automate UI tests in IE9, and am encountering a maddening problem which may have nothing do to with either, but hey. I have the following step: [Then] public ...
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2answers
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Is it good practice to combine my Test and Prod BDD tests in one Framework?

This question has been bothering me lately, more from the fact that in the past this is something I would never do, yet in the past I wasn't writing BDD tests. Since incorporating SpecFlow into a ...
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BDD with 3rd party services

I am developing a asp.net mvc site that depends deeply on a 3rd party web service. I would like to know what is the best approach to develop this site since the web service is not ready yet and I ...
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Does writing “Given” “When” “Then” BDD style test cases scale up to larger, end-to-end scenarios

Traditionally, structured test, especially long scenarios are commonly written in the step, expected, actual format. Behaviour Driven Design replaces this with the style of "Given", "When" "Then", ...