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Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product:
• Meets the business and technical requirements that guided its design and development.
• Works as expected
• Can be implemented with the same characteristic.
• Requirements Analysis: Testing should begin in the requirements phase of the software development life cycle. During the design phase, testers work to determine what aspects of a design are testable and with what parameters those tests work.
• Test Planning: Test strategy, test plan, testbed creation. Since many activities will be carried out during testing, a plan is needed.
• Test Development: Test procedures, test scenarios, test cases, test datasets, test scripts to use in testing software.
• Test Execution: Testers execute the software based on the plans and test documents then report any errors found to the development team.
• Test Reporting: Once testing is completed, testers generate metrics and make final reports on their test effort and whether or not the software tested is ready for release.
• Test Result Analysis: Or Defect Analysis, is done by the development team usually along with the client, in order to decide what defects should be assigned, fixed, rejected (i.e. found software working properly) or deferred to be dealt with later.
• Defect Retesting: Once a defect has been dealt with by the development team, it is retested by the testing team. AKA Resolution testing.
• Regression Testing: It is common to have a small test program built of a subset of tests, for each integration of new, modified, or fixed software, in order to ensure that the latest delivery has not ruined anything, and that the software product as a whole is still working correctly.
• Test Closure: Once the test meets the exit criteria, the activities such as capturing the key outputs, lessons learned, results, logs, documents related to the project are archived and used as a reference for future projects.
• Software testing is really required to point out the defects and errors that were made during the development phases.
• It’s essential since it makes sure of the Customer’s reliability and their satisfaction in the application.
• It is very important to ensure the Quality of the product. Quality product delivered to the customers helps in gaining their confidence.
• Testing is necessary in order to provide the facilities to the customers like the delivery of high quality product or software application which requires lower maintenance cost and hence results into more accurate, consistent and reliable results.
• Testing is required for an effective performance of software application or product.
• It’s important to ensure that the application should not result into any failures because it can be very expensive in the future or in the later stages of the development.
There are generally four recognized levels of tests: unit/component testing, integration testing, system testing, and acceptance testing. Tests are frequently grouped by where they are added in the software development process, or by the level of specificity of the test.
There are different types of testing like Acceptance Testing, Black Box Testing, Compatibility Testing, Installation Testing, Smoke and Sanity Testing, Regression Testing, Alpha Testing, Beta Testing, Functional Or Non-Functional Testing, Continuous Testing, Destructive Testing, Software Performance Testing, Usability Testing, Accessibility Testing, Security Testing, Development Testing, A/B Testing, Concurrent Testing, Conformance Testing Etc. The kind of testing is carried based on the business need.
Automated software testing is a process in which software tools execute pre-scripted tests on a software application before it is released into production.
The objective of automated testing is to simplify as much of the testing effort as possible with a minimum set of scripts. If unit testing consumes a large percentage of a quality assurance (QA) team's resources, for example, then this process might be a good candidate for automation. Automated testing tools are capable of executing tests, reporting outcomes and comparing results with earlier test runs. Tests carried out with these tools can be run repeatedly, at any time of day.
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