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Beginner’s Guide to Mobile Application Testing

Introduction to Mobile Application Testing:

Gone are the days when the telephone used to be an appliance that sat in a corner and had to ring to get our attention or a computer was a machine only few people used – they are now an extension of our being- a window to the world and virtual servants that do as they are told. Computers were a rage and changed how we humans thought, behaved, learnt and existed.

Mobile technology and smart devices are the trend now and will change the future of the world as we know it. We all can vouch for Continue reading →

Exploratory Testing – How to Think Beyond Traditional Testing Boundaries?

“I really appreciate your concern for the product and making us helpful in understanding end user perspective. It’s going to be very helpful. Thanks for the good work and keep it up!!!”

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This was the last e-mail of 21 e-mails long chain, from our client. It was midnight and our product release was delayed due to a critical bug reported by us. You might think, what is new in that? It may happen for many times. But this was really different as the critical bug we reported was not a result of any documented test case.

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Introduction to Performance Testing – LoadRunner Training Tutorial Part 1

Today, we are starting ‘Performance testing with LoadRunner’ tutorial series. This is the first tutorial in three-part HP LoadRunner training series.

In first two tutorials we will introduce you to performance testing and in last tutorial we will share ‘Load Testing with LoadRunner video tutorials‘.

See Also => List of all LoadRunner Video Tutorials.

Why Performance testing?

Performance testing has proved itself to be crucial for the success of a business. Not only does a poor performing site face financial Continue reading →



A Complete Guide to Usability Testing – It’s Like Trying to Read Minds!

Today’s article is going to be a complete guide to usability testing. Does it sound too ambitious that we say it is a “complete guide”? In this case it truly is.

Usability Testing is a realm of the IT world that tries incorporating how “people” would like their applications to be– which is never easy. It is like trying to read minds. What sounds like common sense, is a profound science when it comes to usability testing.

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7 Major Challenges of Successful User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and How You Can Overcome These

What is User Acceptance Testing (UAT)?

UAT is final testing performed when functional, system and regression testing is completed. The main purpose of UAT is to validate the software against the business requirements. This validation is carried out by end users who are familiar with the business requirements. UAT, alpha and beta testing are different types of acceptance testing.

As user acceptance testing is the last testing carried out before the software goes live, obviously this is the last chance for the customer to test the software and measure if it’s fit for the purpose.

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Need of User Acceptance Testing

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Key to Successful Unit Testing – How Developers Test Their Own Code?

Purpose of the Article
Black box testers don’t care about unit testing. Their main goal is to validate the application against the requirements without going into the implementation details. But as a curiosity or out of the box thinking, have you ever wondered how developers test their own code? What method they use to test before releasing code for testing? How dev-testing is important in agile process? The answer to all this is unit testing. I want to educate you on the importance of unit testing so that development and testing teams can work more collaboratively to design, test and release a excellent application.

Who knows in the future some of you may even switch to white box testing and use these code validation and improvement techniques!

What is Unit Testing?

Unit testing is not a new concept. It’s been there since the early days of the programming. Usually developers and sometime white box testers write unit Continue reading →