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What Does Automated Testing Service Involve?

In software testing, test automation process consists of three major components: Function library is a set of functions (user-defined functions) used by the scripts. The main criterion for its creation is a duplicate functionality. This term can be applied to any functionality of a software product, which is available in more than one script. A typical example of such feature …

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What Do Software Testing Service Providers Define As White Box, Black Box

In the traditional interpretation, so to speak, there are two main definitions of the testing methods: open, transparent box (white-box testing) and closed box (black-box testing) types. Some interpreters literally translate these terms as black box test design technique / methodology and white-box test design methodology. When software testing service providers use the first method they aim to investigate the …

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Quality Assurance Consultants: Boundary Value Testing

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In order to create a quality and safe software product which will be popular with its purchasers, you need to subject it to thorough verification. To be more concrete, it must undergo a certain testing regimen during the entire period of its development. There are many testing types that have own characteristics and each is used in a certain production …

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Information from QA Consultants: Testing Types Classification

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Tests can be classified as follows: by scope, purpose, life-cycle phase. By the basic of positive scenario, software testing can be categorized into 2 types: Positive testing Negative testing Positive testing is intended to verify that a software application is working correctly against the valid input data. A test fails if an error occurs during negative testing. This is a …

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QA Consulting: What is Defined as Static & Dynamic Testing and When Each is Used

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Software testing can be classified as static and dynamic approaches. Static testing is a process in which software products are verified by hand or through the use of different software tools. It begins early in the development life cycle and is performed during the verification procedure. In this testing method, a program is tested without being executed that is why …

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Using Exploratory Testing

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If you’ve ever ventured into an unknown program, poking around and learning how it operated without a structured plan, then you’ve done some form of exploratory testing.  If you’ve ever gone off script while testing in order to chase down some unusual behavior, then you’ve definitely performed exploratory testing. While it’s necessary to have some kind of structure during testing …

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