SpecFlow allows you to separate test automation from specifications and provides additional tools to structure your code.
Step definitions provide the connection between Gherkin feature specifications and application interfaces for test automation.
Don’t waste your time searching for the correct definition across your binding classes, just right-click and jump to the relevant code.
Hooks (event bindings) can be used to perform additional automation logic at specific times, such as any setup required prior to executing a scenario.
SpecFlow supports a dependency injection framework that is able to instantiate and inject context for scenarios. This allows you to group the shared state in context classes, and inject them into every binding class that needs access to that shared state.