Adam Ralph edited this page Jul 14, 2015 · 26 revisions




About xBehave.net

xBehave.net is a testing framework for .NET which allows you to write tests as scenarios using a BDD/Cucumber-like syntax.

xBehave.net is a an extension to xUnit.net so you can use all existing xUnit.net tooling to execute scenarios written using xBehave.net and you can mix and match xBehave.net scenarios and xUnit.net tests in the same project or even in the same class.

xBehave.net was originally inspired by Cucumber. If you are familiar with Cucumber then you will feel right at home with xBehave.net. If you've never used Cucumber before, don't worry. The syntax is easy to learn and you will be up and running in no time.

xBehave.net is not restricted to Cucumber's "Given When Then" Gherkin language. You have complete freedom with your vocabulary and you can even extend xBehave.net with method and attribute names which are better suited to your chosen vocabulary.