Difference between System Testing and End to end testing

System Testing System Testing is the third level of software testing performed after Integration Testing and before Acceptance Testing. Normally, independent Testers perform System Testing. Usually, Black Box Testing method is used. End To End Testing End to end testing is to cover complete work flow of application use case. to complete the end to Read more…

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Is unit testing functional or non-functional testing?

Before we can discuss on Unit testing lets have some time to review on different between Functional and Non Functional Testing Functional Testing Non Functional Testing Functional Testing is a type of software testing in which the system is tested against the functional requirements. Functions are tested by providing some input and examining the output. Read more…

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How to do Load testing

Performance Testing: It is a non-Functional testing which aims to measure how a system performs under different user load. It is measured in terms of its responsiveness, stability, throughput, bandwidth utilised, hits or transactions per sec (achieved). Performance Testing helps to understand: How a system is performing under peak load (maximum load on the system) Read more…

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Know All About System Integration Testing

System Integration Testing (SIT) is the overall testing of the whole system, which is composed of many sub-systems. The main objective of SIT is to ensure that all software module dependencies function properly and the data integrity is preserved between distinct modules of the whole system. System integration testing is a type of software testing which Read more…

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Understanding the benefits and techniques of web application testing

No one is immune to security risks in the world of internet. In today’s stiff competition, cutting-edge business solutions and web applications are developed on a daily basis with minimum attention to security concerns. As a result, there is an increase in the number of corporate websites which are vulnerable to hacking. Unfortunately, the consequences Read more…

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Test Environment Management

Test Environment Management can be considered a part of software delivery process whose goal is to provide stable and usable environment where testers can run their scenarios and replicate bugs. It consists of multiple components like hardware, software, databases, middleware, applications and test data managed by tools, procedures and resources effectively. Test bed or test environment is Read more…

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