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How to Write Test Cases for Software (with a sample)
A test case is a set of steps and preconditions which a tester uses to execute a software test. Here are tips on how to write test cases for software.
Types of Software Testing
Learn more about all the different types of software testing methodologies from our list below.
Agile Test Case Management - Keeping Your Test Cases Lean
Agile test case management may be straight forward, but test cases can easily become obsolete if not regularly managed, we take a look into this further.
Writing Test Cases from User Stories & Acceptance Criteria
Well thought out acceptance criteria can be a tester’s best friend. We look at how to write test cases from the user stories and acceptance criteria.
Types of Test Cases in Software Testing
There are many different types of test cases in software testing. Each type of test case helps us target software testing in a different way.
Configuration testing is a way to find out the optimal combination of hardware and software configuration for the applications to work without any defects.
Apps are regularly updated which means that careful upgrade testing is needed to minimise the chance of one star reviews. Our post helps with how to test.
Cross Browser Testing is challenging due to so many variations. This guide offers quick tips on how to plan an effective cross browser testing strategy.
Daily standups are quick, informative meetings meant to align the team on what each person is working on, and to identiy any blockers.
V model testing is a modified form of the waterfall SDLC model. Below, we highlight how the activities are performed for delivering quality software.
Looking for tools to help your team work remotely? Check out our list of some of the most popular tools for working remotely today.
Agile ceremonies are a repeating sequence of meetings a scrum team holds. They ensure the team is moving in the right direction and always improving.
We have all seen the HTTP Status code 404 Not Found, but what do the other widely used codes mean and when should they be used?
A bug bash is a collaborative effort where a cross-functional team sets aside their normals tasks to test a piece of software.
When most tech design and products are still created mostly by men, gender bias can be almost accidental. But what can developers do to advance equality?