Entries Tagged 'Basics of Software testing' ↓
February 27th, 2017 — Basics of Software testing, Manual Testing, Types of testing
In the previous post of this series around Manual Testing, I tried to throw as much light as possible on the basics of Manual Testing.
If you missed it, you can read it here.
I hope it was successful in taking you as close as possible to the answers you were looking for.
In that case, wouldn’t you love to know more about the practical implementation of Manual Testing, how to get more familiar with it and how to actually start a career in it? Continue reading →
February 23rd, 2017 — Basics of Software testing, Manual Testing, Types of testing
We will be covering different aspects of manual testing through this series of manual testing tutorials for beginners as well as experienced professionals.
Well, what does the word ‘Manual Testing’ tell you? Any testing which you do manually right? Though it be manual functional testing or measuring the response time of a web page manually or a security test which you perform manually. Same is not the case with our Testing industry. :) Continue reading →
January 23rd, 2017 — Basics of Software testing, Testing Concepts, Testing Methodologies, Types of testing
A component is the lowest unit of any application. So Component testing; as the name suggest, is a technique of testing the lowest or the smallest unit of any application.
Component testing sometimes is also referred as Program or Module Testing.
An application can be thought of a combination and integration of many small individual modules. Before we test the entire system as a whole, it is imperial that each and every component OR the smallest unit of the application is tested thoroughly.
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November 8th, 2016 — Basics of Software testing, Bug Defect tracking, Testing best practices
Software Go-Live is always a big event for any software product. It is important to absolutely make sure that everything works and that we are releasing quality software to the users.
A bad or premature or unstable or difficult to use product can cause a lot of losses financially and could also make the user lose trust in the brand itself.
Often times, we hear that testing should be done until we meet the exit criteria. We also hear that defects have to be fixed to an acceptable level. Continue reading →
October 13th, 2016 — Basics of Software testing, Testing Concepts
Don’t you all love the compare and contrast themed articles? I know I do. It is such a great way to invite thoughts, comments and maybe even, strong disagreement.
Today’s topic is the difference between Retesting and Regression Test.
Let’s begin with Retesting:
Retest means to test again. The reason does not matter. When you repeat a test, you retest. You could retest current version functionality. Or a bug fix, previous version functionality, a test case you just ran, etc.
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