Assuming my previous article got you conviced into writing your specifications in Gherkin, we can go on to the next step: The automation of these specifications. This article will show you how to automate your acceptence process using those specifications, speeding up your acceptence process as well as as making your regression tests for the UI-layer fully automated.
When it comes to continuous delivery (CD), automation is key. The automation of your specification will help a lot in the long run, speeding up your CD flow drastically.
Because I love C# and mobile, I'll show you how to automate these tests using SpecFlow (which is Cucumber for .NET) and a little bit of Xamarin.UITest (which makes it able to run on a phone).
This article is the second part about this subject and I'll post the next updates in the upcoming weeks. If you want to hear me speak about this subject, feel free to join my "Turn specs into high quality apps"-presentation at TechDaysNL 2016.
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A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Mittchel and myself gave a presentation at InfoSupport about Xamarin Evolve 2016. During the last week of April 2016, Xamarin organised their "Evolve" conference in Orlando (FL). During this conference, Xamarin unveiled their latest set of tools to make the life of a mobile software developer a lot easier. I wrote about these tools in my previous post.
During this presentation, we dive into the conference, but mainly focus on the tools that have been released. Take note the presentation itself is in Dutch, the slides are English.
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Those of you that are following me on Twitter, will know that I'm currently attending the Xamarin Evolve 2016 conference in Orlando (FL). It's the key conference where all the information about Xamarin is released and shared. Stating The future of apps as the tagline and their recent acquisition by Microsoft got every mobile developer looking forward to this event.
Moments ago, the keynote from the conference took place. Nat Friedman, Miguel de Icaza and other amazing folks from Xamarin and Microsoft shared some great new products for all developers. Let's get a quick overview on all the good stuff!
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WWDC 2015 took place already a couple of weeks ago, and during the keynote a couple of slides were dedicated to HomeKit. It was already announced during WWDC 2014, so I was wondering where it would be today. This presentation dives into the programming model of HomeKit, as well as how it works and how it can help you.
I was pleasantly surprised with the whole HomeKit model, especially that Apple added WatchKit support. Simply unlock your house with your watch, how cool is that! Event Triggers are extremely useful, adding IFTTT functionality to HomeKit. Sadly, not many hardware is available that is compatible with HomeKit, but the numbers are growing.
The presentation is given in a PechaKucha format. This simply means it's a short presentation (total of 20 slides, who are each 20 seconds visible) giving it a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds. The presentation was held at InfoSupport, with loads of other PechaKucha presentations about IoT. Take note the presentation itself is in Dutch, the slides are English.
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