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Storytest-driven development is a complementary form of test-driven development (TDD) applied to overall system development. Using FitLibrary eases storytest-driven development, which brings together requirements and automated testing ideas and practices to support agile software development. Storytest-driven development helps bridge the gap between what organizations really need from a system and the system that developers actually deliver. This bridge builds on several factors. Storytest-driven development builds on and reuses ideas from previous requirements approaches, turning some of them "inside out." Storytests don't express class diagrams and use cases directly, for example, but they're likely to emerge; making such connections explicit is a fruitful area of future work. Another promising research area is to bring a stronger task-oriented (usability) perspective to storytests.