Test Driven .NET Development With FitNesse: A detailed guide on using FitNesse and TDD practices to build better .NET software
DbFit: Test-driven database development
Fixture Gallery: Straight-forward examples for the most common fixture types in .NET, Python and Java
FitNesse.Info: Links to other FitNesse related resources.
Getting Fit With .Net: Quick Introduction to Testing .Net Applications with FitNesse
Fixture Gallery is a cookbook for FIT/FitNesse tests. It provides developers with a quick overview of the most important fixture types and concepts for agile acceptance testing using the FIT framework. For each fixture type, this document explains the table format and fixture class structure and provides advice when to use and when not to use it. Each example is accompanied by the source code for Java, .NET and Python FIT implementations, in a form that can be easily copied and used as a template for similar fixtures.
Release 2.1 (2008-07-08) is available in three forms:
There is also a Portugese translation of release 2.1 (2008-08-11):
This document will be most useful to people who are already using FIT and FitNesse to some extent and know the basics, although experienced FIT/FitNesse users might also find a few new tricks here. This is not a good guide to help you get started with FIT or FitNesse. See Fitnesse.Info for a list of resources that will help you take that first step.
This is an open documentation effort — please contribute
My intention with the Fixture Gallery is to start an open documentation project where other people can contribute their notes and ideas about how best to use FIT/FitNesse fixtures. The source code for the document and all examples is hosted on SourceForge. Please help to make this document better either by directly changing it on SourceForge or by modifying the live wiki version on FitNesse.info.
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