Public Roadmap

Now


In Progress

  • Support for .NET 6
    • We will support the upcoming release of .NET 6 for SpecFlow.
  • Visual Studio 2022 Extension
    • We will update our SpecFlow extension in order to support the upcoming release of Visual Studio 2022.

Discovery

  • Dark Mode support for the SpecFlow Gherkin Editor
    • We will enable a way to switch between light and dark theme in order to increase the adoption across Developer and Tester.
  • Write and edit Gherkin feature files directly from a Git repository.
    • We will enable a way to connect, write, edit and save Gherkin feature files directly from a Git repository without the need of using an IDE.
  • Real-time collaboration for Gherkin feature files.
    • We will enable a way to simultaneously write and edit the same Gherkin feature file at the same time together with your team and stakeholder.

Later


  • Write and edit Gherkin feature files directly on a Backlog Item.
    • We will enable a way to write, edit and save your Gherkin feature files directly in the work item details page of Azure DevOps.
  • Sign-up for your SpecFlow account using GitHub.
    • We will enable the sign-up with GitHub for your SpecFlow account. Register once and get the most out of SpecFlow. Use SpecFlow+ Runner, SpecFlow+ LivingDoc (only needed for Azure DevOps) and SpecMap completely for free, no license costs.

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