Types of Software Testing

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Difference Between System and Acceptance Testing

Acceptance testing tests the system whether it satisfies the requirements. It is alike with System testing in such focus that the whole system is checked. But it is significant dissimilarity

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Basic Elements of Usability Testing

Basic Elements of Usability Testing: 1. Controlled and sometimes vast interviewing and probing of the partakers by the test moderator. 2. Use of a specimen pattern of end users which

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Usability Testing: Difference Between Purchaser and End User

During determining the user profile in Usability Testing, you should understand the difference between the purchaser or buyer of the product and the actual end user. It happens so that

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What is Component Testing?

ISTQB Glossary gives us the following definition: Unit Testing (module testing): See component testing Component testing: Testing of individual software components (according to IEEE 610) Component: The smallest element of

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Classification of Software Testing Kinds

What is “testing”? The book Meshcheryakova MS “Software Testing” is given two definitions of this term: 1. Testing is a process of detecting errors in software 2. Testing is a

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Positive And Negative Testing

Probably all the testers know what a negative testing is. I even think that it is a favorite type of software testing for many of us. When you run a

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How to Involve Non-functional Testing?

Note: this article was updated in July 2019 Who would have thought that product development is only half the way to success?! No less important is to verify its quality

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Why Do We Need Performance Testing?

Note: the article was updated in June 2018. The digital technologies are improving with every single day. This fact has made modern customers very demanding in the question of technology

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Aggressive and Passive Testing

I’ve been thinking about how I *bucket* testing. Here is what I mean. I see testing as aggressive and passive. Aggressive testing, to me, is the art of asking the product

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