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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.
ETL testing is used for assessing the integrity and consistency of data held in data warehouses, which are useful assets for decision-making.
Which Agile method is best? Here, we look at Scrum vs Kanban to find the best way to manage and organize development projects with your team.
For applications to work smoothly across various platforms they must be compatible. Here we discuss the importance of compatibility testing.
Software can crash when users do something designers didn't anticipate. Destructive testing aims to break a system to learn from the results.
Too often, software projects fail because of common software testing mistakes. Find out what they are, and how you can avoid making them too.
HTML validation testing checks code syntax to ensure web pages appear and behave as intended. This post lists some useful tools and tips.
Quality-focused organizations take the lead in today's competitive marketplace. It takes more than a quality assurance team to bring quality.
Not everyone uses a mouse to navigate, so testing keyboard navigation accessibility can help your site or web app to be even more accessible.
Automated testing is a big part of software development. This post looks at the differences between unit, integration and functional testing.
Penetration testing is a practice used to identify any vulnerabilities in the system before an attacker can find and exploit them for malicious purposes.