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What Is API Testing?

API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of ready-to-use classes, functions, procedures, etc., that are provided by the application in order to be used by external software programs. It specifies

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‘Rainbow’ Box Testing

Every software tester knows the specifics of black and white box testing, and the majority of specialists apply the technique of gray box testing. These methods of checking the quality

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What Box to Choose: Black, White or Grey?

The software testing company employee must be sure that the product is perfectly tested. That is why it is so important to be aware of the main software testing types.

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Black-Box Testing vs White-Box Testing

The main differences between black-box testing (BBT) and white-box testing (WBT) are in such aspects: Objects The tested objects may overlap sometimes. WBT is commonly used to test not very

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What Is The Difference Between White Box, Black Box And Gray Box Testing?

Black box testing is such a technique based exclusively on demands and specifications. It requires no knowledge of internal paths, structures, or realization of the software product under test. In

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Techniques for White Box Testing

Linear Code Sequence and Jump Testing Design Test cases should be designed to exercise Linear Code Sequence and Jump. For every test case these should be clarified: the input to

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White Box Test Techniques. Data Flow Testing

Design Test cases should be designed to execute control flow paths between definitions and uses of variables in the component. Every test case should comprise: input to the component control

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What is glass box testing?

Black-box and glass-box are test design techniques. Black-box test doesn’t use information about the internal structure in full. Black-box test is known as focusing on functional requirements testing. Glass-box test

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Software Testing Techniques

Introduction Because of the fallibility of its human designers and its own abstract, complex nature, software development must be accompanied by quality assurance activities. It is not unusual for developers

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