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Using Cucumber with .NET & WatiN

Venkat Moncompu

Joined: Feb 24, 2012
Posts: 9

I have been using with Spec Flow and WatiN for my needs. If I were to adopt Cucumber to specify my acceptance conditions, then will it work with WatiN or do I need to force my developers to learn another language, say Ruby to use with WatiR for e.g.?

Matt Wynne

Joined: Feb 17, 2012
Posts: 14
Hi Venkat,

SpecFlow is essentially the .NET port of Cucumber. If your team are happiest writing their step definitions in C#, I would stick with SpecFlow.


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