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Manual Testing Tutorial for Beginners (Concepts, Types, Tool)

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 05:45:09
Manual TestingManual testing is a sort of software testing wherein test cases are personally run by a tester instead of utilizing automated technologies. The goal of manual testing is to find errors, faults, and flaws in a software product. Manual software testing is by far the most basic of all testing methods, and it aids in the discovery of serious problems in software applications.Even before new app can be automated, it must first be manually evaluated. Manual software testing takes more time and effort, but this is required to determine if automation is possible. Manual testing principles do not need ... Read More

Life Cycle of Open Standard

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 05:27:04
There is an agreed-upon manner of doing things whenever we start a company, whether online or in the conventional sense. This is referred to as "Standards." For example, if you want to start a company creating bed linens, the minimum length of bedsheets required by industry standards is 7 feet. These guidelines might be publicly published or followed in an unwritten manner.What is the Purpose of Standards?As consumers, standards assist us in determining whether or not something is appropriate for the purpose for which it is purchased, and whether or not it is of acceptable quality. It's also easy to ... Read More

Learn V-Model in Software Testing

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 05:24:06
The V-Model is a highly rigorous SDLC model in which each development phase is followed by a testing phase. The V model is a variation of the waterfall model, in which testing is carried out in tandem with development at each stageSoftware Engineering TerminologySoftware Development Life Cycle (SDLC) − SDLC stands for Software Development Life Cycle. Developers do a series of tasks in order to create and construct high-quality software.The Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) − is an acronym for Software Testing Life Cycle. It is a set of tasks carried out methodically by testers to test your software product.Waterfall ... Read More

Learn Decision Table Testing with Example

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 05:17:58
Decision TableA Decision Table is a table that shows the relationship between inputs and rules, cases, and test conditions. It's a very useful tool for both complicated software testing and requirements management. The decision table allows testers to examine all conceivable combinations of requirements for testing and to immediately discover any circumstances that were overlooked. True(T) and False(F) values are used to signify the criteria.What is Decision Table Testing?Decision table testing is a type of software testing that examines how a system responds to various input combinations. This is a methodical methodology in which the various input combinations and the ... Read More

Integration Testing (Types, Top-Down & Bottom-Up)

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 05:00:17
What is Integration Testing?Integration Testing is a sort of testing in which software modules are conceptually connected and tested as a unit. A typical software project is made up of several software modules written by several programmers. The goal of this level of testing is to find flaws in the way various software components interact when they're combined.Integration testing is concerned with ensuring that data is communicated between various units. As a result, it's also known as "I & T" (Integration and Testing), "String Testing, " and "Thread Testing."What is Integration Testing and How Does It Work?What is the purpose ... Read More

What is Workflow Testing in Software Testing?

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 07:35:01
With the increasing global competition, it is now essential for organizations to adopt and follow better test strategies and processes to validate the quality and functionality of the software. To ensure this and gain benefits from the software, they need to adopt new and better testing techniques, to test the software accurately and achieve better results. Workflow testing is one such latest trend in the world of software testing, performed to produce desired results.WorkflowWorkflow is a series/sequence of tasks and processes that execute data. They are evident in almost every type of business and industry. A workflow is created every ... Read More

What is Localization Testing? Example Test Cases & Checklist

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 07:17:58
Localization TestingLocalization testing is a software testing approach that examines a program's behavior in relation to a particular location, locality, or culture. The goal of localization testing is to ensure that a software's linguistic and cultural characteristics are acceptable for a certain location. It is the process of adapting software to a certain language and country.Localization testing has a significant impact on content and user interface.It is a method of evaluating a globalized application in where the user interface, default language, currency, date, time format, and documentation are all tailored to the target nation or area. It guarantees that the ... Read More

What is Keyword Driven Testing?

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 07:11:34
The rising demands of Agile and DevOps have changed the overall concept of traditional testing. Now, companies need testers with diverse skillsets and more experience in the field. Teams need to operate flexible automated testing tools to create maintainable and scalable UI tests instantly.Testers use a series of operations to build automated UI tests. Each test involves keywords to simulates a user's action, such as clicking a mouse or pushing a key on the keyboard. Through a keyword-driven testing tool like TestComplete, you can create reusable automated tests through simple drag-and-drop actions, even without scripting knowledge.What is Keyword driven testing?Keyword-driven ... Read More

What is Interoperability Testing in Software Testing?

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 07:07:53
A Quick Overview of Interoperability TestingInteroperability is defined as the combination of the words inter and operable.Inter means "between us, " "inside us, " or "mutual."Operability refers to a person's ability to complete a task.Combining the two concepts, interoperability refers to the capacity of two (or more) systems to fulfill their assigned tasks independently while communicating with one another as expected without compromising their unique assigned capabilities.Consider the case of making a flight reservation. Consider the following scenario: you need to go from New Delhi to New York. There isn't a direct flight available right now. You must go from ... Read More

GUI Testing Tutorial: User Interface (UI) Test Cases with Examples

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 06:29:39
What is a GUI?For a computer application, there are two sorts of interfaces. The Command Line Interface (CLI) is a program that allows you to write text and have the computer reply to it. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) is a method of interacting with a computer that uses graphics rather than words.The following are some of the graphical user interface components that may be used to interact with the application −Radio ButtonCheck BoxText BoxList BoxThe aforementioned items are validated by GUI testing.GUI EvaluationGUI Testing is a sort of software testing that examines the product's graphical user interface. The goal ... Read More
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