What is Compatibility Testing? It’s how we discover if devices, software, browsers and operating system combinations can work well together.
What is Acceptance Testing? This testing is to confirm when a software is ready for release. This post explains different types of tests.
What is integration testing? It tests if all components work together as designed, even if the build is incomplete. Read on to find out how.
What is beta testing? It’s a test process where a new product is tested by a range of people pre-launch to discover if it works as intended.
What is compliance testing? It’s a non-functional testing process to confirm pre-release that a new product aligns with laws and regulations.
What is User Acceptance Testing? UAT is testing executed close to product launch to discover if users will be satisfied with the end product.
What is negative testing? Negative testing is used for learning if a product remains stable even though incorrect data has been introduced.
What is white box testing? Testers use this method for checking code quality and how the functioning software meets the written requirements.
What is alpha testing, and when is it performed? Alpha testing is the final in-house testing process before reaching the public.
What is black box testing? Our post explains how black box testing works, some different applications, and why it is so popular with software testers.