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Lesson 6 - Acceptance Tests of Real Applications in C# .NET

In the previous lesson, Testing in C# .NET - More Selenium WebDriver Syntax, we discussed the syntax of the Selenium client in C# .NET. To finish acceptance testing and move a bit further, let's take a look at some of the acceptance tests source code from real applications. Their author is Jindrich Maca.

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