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White Box Testing – Guide, Tools, and Techniques

White Box Testing

White box testing is a method for assessing a build’s internal structure. Code, architecture and design are checked, but not functionality.

Black Box Testing – Techniques, Tools, and Tips

Black Box Testing

Black box testing assesses a product’s functionality from the user’s perspective. The aim is to ensure a positive experience with no flaws.

Verification vs Validation – What’s the difference?

Verification vs Validation

In software testing, verification vs validation can be confusing, but we need to understand because both processes have different purposes.

Software Testing Basics – A Beginners Guide

Software testing basics

Software testers need to know software testing basics like the seven principles of testing and the STLC. This post will help you to begin.

When to Stop Testing

When to stop testing

The decision on when to stop testing can sometimes be a tough compromise between release schedule and providing the best product possible.

What is a Test Strategy and How to Build One

What is a Test Strategy and How to Build One

A test strategy document can inform the content of a test policy by providing general details and requirements on how testing will be done.

What is User Acceptance Testing? An In-Depth Guide

What is user acceptance testing

User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is performed after making changes to the system to ensure the addition and system work together as intended.

What is Exploratory Testing? – A Complete Guide

What is exploratory testing

What is exploratory testing? It’s scriptless testing that checks a system to find sections that may have been missed by written test cases.

What is Functional Testing? – A full guide

functional testing

Functional testing is a kind of black box testing used for confirming that an application or system’s functionality behaves as expected.

What is Non-Functional Testing? – All you need to know

What is Non-functional Testing?

What is non-functional testing? It’s a test method for ensuring a system delivers on user expectations, such as does it load fast enough?

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