This post continues directly from Using Sequences in Lucid. In this post I want to show a bit about how sequences can be parameterized, from simple variable elements in statements all the way to the use of data tables.
Monthly Archives: September 2013
With the release of 0.2.0, Lucid has the ability to use sequences as part of the test description language. In this post I’ll explain what that means and we’ll go through an example that puts this concept to use.
There are many references out there that discuss Gherkin, which is a structuring element for your test description language (TDL). So what I’ll be offering here is really nothing new. This post is simply a relatively concise look at the … Continue reading
For those of you who have read my posts on test specifications you know that I tend to focus on the idea of writing requirements as tests. This, to me, is essentially a large part of the benefit of collaboration-based … Continue reading
I periodically get asked if my Lucid solution is “agile.” The answer, of course, is no. It’s a tool. The better question is whether Lucid, as a tool solution, supports practices that are usually referred to as agile. So let’s … Continue reading
Previously I talked about the distinction between positive and negative tests and why I felt such a distinction was not only unnecessary but also potentially harmful. This is still a topic that interests me because I run into testers who … Continue reading