What is negative testing, and how is it different to other testing? Negative testing tests if a product remains stable when incorrect data is 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.
What is install testing? It’s a testing process that checks if software installs as it should on devices, and that they work properly after installation.
A look at the different types of manual testing within software testing - including black box testing, exploratory testing, integration testing and more.
Ad hoc Testing is an informal testing technique that is used for discovering any stray bugs that may have been missed by conventional, structured testing.
SDLC vs STLC. What are the differences between these two software development and testing life cycles? This post explores these project guide frameworks.
What is the difference between mobile application, web application, and desktop testing? In this post, we examine all three and describe how to test them.
It’s important not to overlook the importance of Exploratory Testing, because it helps to discover bugs and errors that otherwise might have been missed.