Our 'Types of Software Testing' articles
Manual testing is the process of using a software application's features in order to make sure it is bug free and user friendly.
Exploratory testing is testing without a dedicated test design phase. It involves discovering, investigating, and learning simultaneously.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) focuses on the functionality and usability of the software, rather than the technical aspects.
Pair testing is the process of two team members testing the software at the same time. There are many advantages to this type of software testing.
As a software tester, chances are you’ve heard the terms “black box testing” and “white box testing” before. In this post, we'll explain them both.
Smoke testing is a high-level test, testing the basic functions of an application to expose failures great enough to halt the release of software.
The primary objective of functional testing is to validate the functionalities of the software system are working as required.