powerstorya better way to define requirements and test cases
powerstoryBusiness                             Solutions                            Business valuechallenges              ...
Define your Use Case Main Flow and Alternate Flow steps             within the powerstory steps editor plugin for powerpoi...
Powerstory allows you to define the flow                            of the use case storyboardpowerstory             MS VS...
powerstory navigator makes it easy to walk through the main                    and alternate flows of the use case storybo...
Generate a Test Case for each unique path through the            main flow and alternate flowsExport these test cases to T...
Automatic traceability between generated test cases and               requirements workitems
Automatically identifies “actions” and “expected results”UI Mockups from Use Case Storyboard are attached to test stpes
Export test cases to WordExport test cases to Excel – good for importing    to other test management platforms
Attach your Use Case Storyboard to TFS Workitems One click to update workitemattachment with “new version”
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PowerStory - a better way to define requirements and test cases. This presentation gives q quick overview of powerstory and also highlights its integration with Team Foundation Server (TFS)

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PowerStory - a better way to define requirements and test cases

  1. 1. powerstorya better way to define requirements and test cases
  2. 2. powerstoryBusiness Solutions Business valuechallenges Create “Use Case Storyboards” • Keeps your use cases, uiPoorly defined and communicated mockups and storyboards in syncrequirements wastes time and • Easier for your team to Reduce Rework caused bymoney understand the requirements miss-aligned or Generate Test Cases from “Use Case misunderstood requirementsTraditional approaches require themanual creation of functional test Storyboards”cases • Save significant Time and $ Significant Testing BudgetIt’s too hard to get reviewer Rich integration with Team savings, through automatedfeedback and understanding with Foundation Server test case generationcurrent approaches • Attach to workitem • Automatic traceability betweenUse Cases, UI Mockups and requirements and test cases Based on PowerPoint, makingStoryboards end up it easy to adopt and gaincommunicating conflicting Based on PowerPoint for easy value quicklyrequirements adoption and us
  3. 3. Define your Use Case Main Flow and Alternate Flow steps within the powerstory steps editor plugin for powerpoint.powerstory Each use case step is associated with a UI Mockup / wireframe
  4. 4. Powerstory allows you to define the flow of the use case storyboardpowerstory MS VS Storyboarding allows you to define the UI Mockups for each use case storyboard step
  5. 5. powerstory navigator makes it easy to walk through the main and alternate flows of the use case storyboardpowerstory Optionally have powerstory insert navigation links right on your slides, and sync slide titles with use case step text
  6. 6. Generate a Test Case for each unique path through the main flow and alternate flowsExport these test cases to TFS, Word & Excel
  7. 7. Automatic traceability between generated test cases and requirements workitems
  8. 8. Automatically identifies “actions” and “expected results”UI Mockups from Use Case Storyboard are attached to test stpes
  9. 9. Export test cases to WordExport test cases to Excel – good for importing to other test management platforms
  10. 10. Attach your Use Case Storyboard to TFS Workitems One click to update workitemattachment with “new version”
  11. 11. powerstory
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