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What is a Grey Box Testing?

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 02-Dec-2021 05:56:36
Greybox testing (GBT) is a software testing method that includes judging a software program based on a limited understanding of its core functions. It is a combination of the two since it offers access to internal coding to construct test cases as white box testing and testing techniques are performed at the functionality level as black-box testing.GreyBox testing (GBT) is a popular method for identifying contextspecific issues in online applications. For example, if a tester finds a fault during testing, he fixes the code and retests it in real time. In order to improve testing coverage, it focuses on all ... Read More

What is Front-end Testing? Tools & Frameworks

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 02-Dec-2021 05:53:54
Front-end TestingFront end testing is an approach or a technique in which we test the GUI (graphical user interface), functionalities and usage of a web application or a software. The aim of performing front end testing is to test all the functionalities in order to ensure that the presentation layer of the application or software under testing is free of defects or bugs.Consider, you enter your details into the frontend of a web application, however numbers should not be accepted. Another similar example would be to check the alignment of the graphical user interface (GUI) elements.Front end testing is performed ... Read More

What is Dynamic Testing? (Types, Techniques, Example)

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 02-Dec-2021 06:36:23
Dynamic TestingIn software testing, dynamic testing is a method or technique performed to test the dynamic behavior of the software code. This testing is performed mainly to test the behavior of the software product with dynamic variables or variables that are not constant and to detect the weak or vulnerable areas in the software runtime environment. The software code should be executed to test the dynamic behavior of the software product.Testing takes 2 Vs to complete the testing process and combines verification and validation. Of these 2 Vs, verification is known as static testing, and validation is referred to as ... Read More

What is Configuration Testing? Example Test Cases

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 02-Dec-2021 05:27:54
Configuration TestingConfiguration testing is a software testing approach in which a software application is tested with a variety of software and hardware combinations in order to analyze functional requirements and determine the best configurations in which the software application operates without errors or flaws.Configuration testing, as previously stated, is a type of software testing in which the application under test must be evaluated using different combinations of software and hardware.Example of Configuration TestingLet's look at an example of a desktop application to see how this works −In general, desktop apps are either two-tier or three-tier. Here, we'll look at a ... Read More

Test Case vs Test Scenario – What’s the Difference?

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 02-Dec-2021 05:18:12
What does the Test Case entail?A test case is a set of criteria that a tester uses to verify whether or not a software application is meeting the customer's requirements.Preconditions, case name, input conditions, and intended outcome are all included in the test case design. A test case is a basic activity that is derived from test scenarios.It is a comprehensive document that comprises all potential inputs (both positive and negative) as well as navigation instructions for the test execution process. Writing test cases is a one-time effort that may be reused for regression testing in the future.The test case ... Read More

Software Testing Techniques with Test Case Design Examples

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 02-Dec-2021 05:12:52
What are the different types of software testing techniques?Software Testing Techniques assist you in creating more effective test cases. Manual Testing Techniques help reduce the number of test cases to be executed while increasing test coverage because exhaustive testing is not possible. They aid in the detection of test circumstances that might otherwise be difficult to detect.Boundary Values Analysis (BVA)Boundary value analysis is a type of testing that takes place at the intersections of partitions. Maximum, minimum, inside or outside boundaries, typical values, and error values are all included.The limits of the defined input values, rather than the center, are ... Read More

Software Testing Methodologies – Learn QA Models

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 06:40:20
What is Software Testing Methodology?The tactics and testing kinds utilized to ensure that the Application Under Test satisfies customer requirements are referred to as software testing methodology. To validate the AUT, test methodologies include functional and non-functional testing. Unit testing, integration testing, system testing, performance testing, and other testing methodologies are examples. A test objective, test strategy, and deliverables are all outlined in each testing methodology.Many firms use the terms Development Methodologies and Testing Methodologies interchangeably since Software Testing is a vital aspect of any Development Methodology. In contrast to the previous definition of Testing Methodologies, Testing Methodologies might also ... Read More

Severity & Priority in Testing – What’s the Difference?

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 06:35:54
The severity of the BugThe severity of the bug or the defect A problem or a Defect's severity in testing refers to how much of an impact it has on the software program under test. A higher severity rating indicates that the bug/defect has a greater impact on system functionality. The severity level of a bug or defect is generally determined by a Quality Assurance engineer.What is the meaning of priority?The order in which a fault should be repaired is referred to as a priority. The higher the priority, the faster the problem should be fixed.Flaws that render the software ... Read More

Security System Development Life Cycle

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 01-Dec-2021 06:30:35
The Security System Development Life Cycle (SecSDLC) is a series of activities that are carried out in a certain order throughout the software development process (SDLC). It is created in such a manner that it can assist developers in creating software and apps in such a way that security risks are reduced greatly from the start.The Security System Development Life Cycle (SecSDLC) is similar to the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), but the activities carried out in each step of the cycle are different. SecSDLC is a process that includes identifying specific threats and the risks that such threats pose ... Read More

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
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