Get Started - Quick Overview
- Creating a Use Case Storyboard with PowerStory
- Using PowerStory to Communicate your Requirements - Walkthrough Simulations
- How PowerStory reduces requirements confusion and thus rework costs
- How PowerStory saves testing budget by generating your functional test cases
Creating, deleting and moving steps and alternate flows in PowerStory
- How to create and delete steps
- How to create and delete alternate flows
- How move steps and alternate flows.
TFS Integration - Attach your PowerPoint to a TFS Workitem
- Directly from within PowerPoint you can attach your PowerPoint document as an attachment to a TFS workitem using PowerStory
- PowerStory stores the TFS connection information as well as which workitems you have attached your PowerPoint to,
making it much easier for you to keep the most up to date PowerPoint document attached to the workitem with just one click.
TFS Integration - Auto generate "Test Cases" from your "Storyboard"
- Generate test cases for each unique path through the different alternate flows and main flow of your storyboard
- Each test case is inserted into TFS, with traceability links to the related workitem automatically created.
- Using Keywords you can indicate which storyboard steps are test case actions and which are test case expected results
- Each slide with its UI/UX mockups are attached to the correct test step.
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Using PowerPoint Master Layouts for common UI backgrounds and setting the right page dimensions
Using PowerPoint Master Layouts to define common background UI components
Using Multiple Master Layouts within one Use Case Storyboard
Setting the right page size depending on what type of application you are building such as Mobile, tablet, web, desktop.
Creating UI Mockups / Wireframes
Basics of creating UI Mockups using the PowerStory UI Controls Library
Creating your own UI Controls and Groups of Controls
Sharing UI Controls via import/export