Note on Table Representation

Most tables shown in these tutorials look something like this:
|Create Repeating Program |Reaper             |34     |9:00          |60    |3/4/2008                 |
|Add Weekly Episodes Named|Pilot~Charged~All Mine~Magic~What About Blob~Leon~Love                     |
|Add Weekly Episodes Named|Bullets and Blacktop~The Cop~Ashes to Ashes~Cash Out~Hungry for Fame~Unseen|
|Add Weekly Episodes Named|Acid Queen~Rebellion~Coming to Grips~Greg~Schmeg~The Leak~Cancun           |
|Populate Schedule                                                                                    |

They are written this way to make them appear about how they appear in FitNesse when rendered in HTML. I could have used a graphic representation and in fact I did in the Getting Started tutorial. However, to avoid using bitmaps, I chose text. You can create these tables with or without the extra spaces. E.e., the above table without the spaces is valid:
|Create Repeating Program|Reaper|34|9:00|60|3/4/2008|
|Add Weekly Episodes Named|Pilot~Charged~All Mine~Magic~What About Blob~Leon~Love|
|Add Weekly Episodes Named|Bullets and Blacktop~The Cop~Ashes to Ashes~Cash Out~Hungry for Fame~Unseen|
|Add Weekly Episodes Named|Acid Queen~Rebellion~Coming to Grips~Greg~Schmeg~The Leak~Cancun|
|Populate Schedule|

If you prefer the first but want to enter the second button, look for the format button near the Save button in Fitnesse.

Working From Schuchert's GitHub Repository

For instructions on working from github: FitNesse.Tutorials.WorkingFromGitHub


Java Tutorials Ready to be Used

Getting Started

Introduction To Decision Tables

Introduction To Query Tables

Script Tables

Scenario Tables

Table Tables

Alternative Script Table Syntax


C# Tutorials

C# W/Slim, Each Table Type

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Under Construction

Converting Tests to use more of a Story Style

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Writeups more than Tutorials: To Be Migrated

Using Table Table for DSL-esque Test Setup

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Originals Already Incorporated Into Tutorial Series

Scenario Tables

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Rapid Intro to Using Slim.Net

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