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What is Interface Testing? Know Its Types, Strategy and Tools

Introduction to Interface Testing:

When an application or a software or a website is developed, then there are several components of it. Those components can be server, database etc.

The connection which integrates and facilitates the communication between these components is termed as an Interface.

In simple terms, an interface is a software comprising of a set of commands, messages etc.  Continue reading →

System Testing Vs End-To-End Testing: Which One is Better to Opt?

An Overview of System Testing and End-to-end testing:

End-to-end testing and System testing always go hand in hand, but even an experienced test professional can get confused about the vast benefits that each offer and choose only one.


In this article, we will try to debate between End-to-end testing and System testing. In order to understand the difference between that, we will first understand what are the different stages that any developing product goes through.  Continue reading →

What is Globalization Testing (A Complete Guide)

What is Globalization Testing: Guide to Its Types, Checklist and Testing Approach

Globalization testing aims at ensuring if the product is stable in terms of both its functionalities as well as representation of data in spite of varying cultures/locales.

With the rapidly developing interaction between people, cultures, and countries through the growth of international trade, the demand for globalized software products has increased tremendously in the market. And, at this point, Globalization testing comes into the picture.

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How to Use Tours to Ensure Complete and Thorough Exploratory Testing

Exploratory Testing Tours: How to Ensure a High-Quality Software Product using Exploratory Test Tours

Exploratory testing is not a testing methodology. Rather it is an approach to quality verification.

The procedure of exploratory testing execution resembles the discovery and investigation of any software product.

During exploratory testing, a QA specialist examines a product, designs tests, executes test cases, and analyzes the test results simultaneously.  Continue reading →

SalesForce Testing Beginner’s Guide

Introduction to SalesForce Testing:

SalesForce.com is one of the most widely used Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool. It was found by Marc Benioff and is currently headquartered in San Francisco, US.

The primary purpose of a CRM tool is to sustain the relationship of an organization with its customers once the product is delivered to customers. Over the time, along with providing CRM services, SalesForce started to offer cloud storage as well, which reduced the hassle of maintaining physical servers for data storage of web applications.

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Sample Template for Acceptance Test Report with Examples

Overview of Acceptance Test Report (Part-III):

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In our previous tutorial on “Acceptance Testing Documentation with Real-Time Scenarios” we discussed Acceptance Test plan.

In this tutorial, we will take an in-depth look at reporting of Acceptance Test Status, Acceptance Test Summary, and Sign-Off.

Some generic templates are included in this tutorial to enhance your understanding in a better way. We will also hover over the concept of Acceptance Testing in Agile and Acceptance Test Driven Development.

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Acceptance Testing Documentation with Real-Time Scenarios

Documentation of Acceptance Testing (Part- II):

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This tutorial is the continuation of our previous tutorial where we discussed what is Acceptance testing, when it has to be done, who does it, its importance, types, process, impact on different teams, etc.

Documents play a very important role in Acceptance Testing and any issues with regards to the document have a huge negative impact. When a proper check is not exercised, then it may even lead to the Failure of the Product.

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What is Acceptance Testing (A Complete Guide)

Introduction to Acceptance Testing (Part-I):

In this tutorial series, you will learn:

  1. What is Acceptance Testing
  2. Acceptance Tests and Test Plan
  3. Acceptance Tests Status and Summary Reports
  4. What is User Acceptance Testing (UAT)

Are you done with System Testing? Are most of your bugs fixed? Are the bugs verified and closed? So, what’s next?  Continue reading →

What is Beta Testing? A Complete Guide

Beta Testing is one of the Acceptance Testing types, which adds value to the product as the end-user (intended real user) validates the product for functionality, usability, reliability, and compatibility.

Inputs provided by the end-users helps in enhancing the quality of the product further and leads to its success. This also helps in decision making to invest further in the future products or the same product for improvisation.

Since Beta Testing happens at the end user’s side, it cannot be the controlled activity.  Continue reading →

What is Alpha Testing? An Early Alarm for Defects

Alpha Testing is a Pre-release activity and one of the types of Acceptance Testing. Here, testing activity is carried out in a much-controlled manner and it is not accessible by the end-users/market.

A newly developed product or updated product undergoes Alpha testing in the Testing environment (which is formally called Developer’s site). Testing is carried out to simulate real-time behavior to match the usage of the product by the end-users in the market.

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