Developing Core Business Applications with Domain-Driven Design (DDD) and Microsoft .NET

Play Developing Core Business Applications with Domain-Driven Design (DDD) and Microsoft .NET

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    pranavaa

    Waiting for the session..!

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    Thomas​Bjorndahl

    Hi. I attended this session and liked it. In the video at time 1:02 you show a VS2012 project with a .feature file. What kind of project is that and how do I install that extension?

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    Markus

    He is using NBehave for the .feature files. I think there are several different libraries to day that give you the same BDD support.

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    julielerman

    Actually I was in the session (have not re-viewed it h ere) and if I recall correctly (though I could be mistaken) Jimmy had SpecFlow in his session and Per used NBehave in his. Jimmy made a funny comment that in the early days if BDD there were more tools for doing BDD than practitioners! Smiley

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    Per Rovegard

    Julie is correct! :-) It was SpecFlow, whereas I showed a glimpse of NBehave.

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