Is software Testing making a confusion? Here we are to take away all your confusion
Software testing is the process used to measure the information related to the quality of the product or service under test. In this process, we are doing a measurement of quality & typically try to find the completeness, correctness, security of product or service under test.
Principles of Software Testing
As software development techniques have advanced during the last decades, some basic principles of testing have also been established. These principles can be seen as a basic guideline for both, Software Testing and coding.
The absence of Errors Fallacy: If the system built is unusable and does not fulfill the user’s needs and expectations then finding and fixing defects will not help. Also if testing didn’t find any defects in the software, it doesn’t mean that the software is ready to be used. It must be confirmed whether the executed tests were really designed to catch the most of the defects.
Types of Testing
Manual Testing: Test cases executed manually.
Automatic Testing: Testing performed with the help of automatic tools.
Software Testing Methods
Black Box: The technique without having any knowledge of interior workings of applications.
White Box: This technique is about the detailed investigation of internal logic and structure of the code.
Grey Box: This technique is used to test the applications with having a limited knowledge of the internal workings of applications.
Levels of Software Testing
Functional Testing: This testing is based on a software which is conducted completely on integrated systems to evaluate the systems compliances with its specified requirements.
Non-functional Testing: Non-functional testing involves testing a software from the requirements which are nonfunctional in nature but important such as performance, security, user interface, etc.
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