In one of the previous articles dedicated to moving to executable requirements I've described some high-level ideas about how such requirements should look like. Main idea is that document containing requirements/specifications can be the source for generating test cases. But in the previous article we just made brief overview on how it should work in theory. Now it's time to turn theory into practice. In this article I'll make brief introduction to new engine I've started working with. So, let me introduce the Aerial the magic box which makes our requirements executable.
Sunday, 18 January 2015
In this article I'll describe main principles of this engine and provide some base examples to bring an idea of what it is and where it is used.