There’s no single definition of when to stop testing but there are several scenarios that can help you decide when it’s time for it to end.
Acceptance criteria and user stories work hand-in-hand to present a more detailed picture of how a new software or product should behave.
What is stress testing? It’s a form of testing for ensuring software will continue to function after facing an extreme load or high traffic.
What is Security Testing? Our useful guide explains why it is necessary and how to approach Security Testing to help prevent being hacked.
An introduction to Smoke Testing. What is it, when it is used, as well as what it’s for and tips on what to do when the smoke test fails.
What is volume testing? Check out our introduction to this non-functional form of testing gives a simple explanation with real examples.
What is Recovery Testing? And what to test to ensure a software system can recover safely from a crash and protect against data loss.
What is regression testing? It’s a testing method used to check software still functions properly after changes or updates have been made.
What is Pair Testing? It's a test method where two people work together on the same test, helping to improve communication and team cohesion.
What is configuration testing? It’s the process of ensuring that all software and hardware elements in a build work together as they should.