Where to Go Next

Applies to TestLeft 15.0, last modified on October 14, 2021

This concludes the Your First BDD Test With TestLeft tutorial. We hope it has helped you get to know how to use TestLeft in behavior-driven development. To learn more about TestLeft, please refer to the following sections:

Further Study

Object Identification

Describes how to address tested objects in tests.

Mapping Test Objects

Describes how to map the object hierarchy in a tested application.

About TestLeft Test Logs

Describes how you can post various data to a test log and save the test log to external files.

Running TestLeft Tests on Remote Computers

Describes how you can run TestLeft tests on remote computers.

BDD Samples

The following examples demonstrate how to create behavior-driven development (BDD) tests by using TestLeft and various BDD frameworks.

SpecFlow

SpecFlow Sample

The test verifies that the Undo command called by using hot keys works in the Notepad application correctly.

Web Orders SpecFlow Sample

The test works with the Web Orders application on our web site and verifies that an order is added correctly.

Cucumber

Cucumber Sample

The test verifies that the Undo command called by using hot keys works in the Notepad application correctly.

Web Orders Cucumber

The test works with the Web Orders application on our web site and verifies that an order is added correctly.

JBehave

JBehave

The test verifies that the Undo command called by using hot keys works in the Notepad application correctly.

Advanced Samples (.NET)

In this tutorial, you have learned how to use TestLeft to create a basic automated test.

To learn how to create tests that are closer to real-life conditions, you can examine the advanced examples that TestLeft provides. These examples work with the Web Orders application on our web site and demonstrate how to create a test that checks whether the application adds new orders correctly.

Web Orders Basic Sample

Demonstrates how to create an advanced automated test. To locate the needed objects in the tested application, the example uses the Find method.

Web Orders Application Model Sample

Demonstrates how to create a more advanced automated test. To locate the needed objects in the tested application, the example defines an application model.

See Also

Behavior-Driven Development
Introducing TestLeft

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