Types of Software Testing

  • What is Stress Testing?

    what is stress testing

    What is stress testing? Stress testing lets you find out about the reliability of a software system. Stress testing reveals how long the system can remain stable without crashing under a variety of heavy, stressful loads.

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  • What is Recovery Testing?

    Recovery testing

    Every organization is subject to a disaster. Things go wrong, and the ability to recover is crucial. This is where recovery testing comes into play.

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  • What is BDD? An Introduction to Behavioral Driven Development

    What is BDD?

    What is BDD? Behavioral Driven Development is a software development approach that has evolved from TDD, but with most of its potential downfalls eliminated.

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  • What is TDD? – An Introduction to Test Driven Development

    What is TDD?

    What is TDD? A software development approach where tests are written, before writing the bare minimum of code required for the test to be fulfilled.

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  • What is load testing?

    Load testing

    Load testing is a kind of non-functional testing that is carried out to understand the behaviour of an application under a specific user load.

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  • Cross Browser Testing Tools & Tips

    Cross browser testing tools

    The wide span of browsers available can make cross browser testing time consuming. Here are a list some cross browser testing tools to make it easier.

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Check out TestLodge

TestLodge is an online test case management tool designed to be a lot simpler than traditional software by only providing the essentials to get the job done well

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