Well now I am getting seriously worried. After I got so far with automated UI testing with WebAii and NUnit I thought I was finished as the Automation Master on my team and could get on with some interesting work. Oh no while I was down with a heavy dose of Man Flu the team decided to use FitNesse for defining acceptance tests and they want me to integrate this with the WebAii tests. I guess their argument that I was the one with most experience of test automation so I will be up and running quicker is valid, but it worries me that I am doing so much testing and only a little programming.
If you are not familiar with it FitNesse is basically a Wiki that supports defining acceptance tests as tables of inputs and outputs and links to a test runner to execute the tests. That is a bit of an over simplification but it will do for now.
It didn’t take long to get FitNesse setup so I started looking at how we could use it in conjunction with WebAii. That took a while longer I figured out a way to do it and managed to port some of my existing code over to get a first test running.
So now my series on Silverlight Testing with WebAii will be at least one episode longer as I will include an extra one on how to get this done.
The third part of my series on testing Silverlight applications with the WebAii UI Automation Fx is now available here
The second part of my series on testing Silverlight applications with the WebAii UI Automation Fx is now available here