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.
QA Methodologies - Different types of QA
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.
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.
Component Testing can identify defects early, to reduce time, effort, and cost. In this post, we explain the technique, and introduce Stubs and Drivers.
With so many types of testing in software engineering to choose from, how can you know which type to use and when? Our helpful post is here to guide you.
What is Continuous Testing? Learn some quick tips about some of the challenges and benefits of employing continuous testing with continuous delivery.
Sanity testing is a useful way of attaining quick information from a project, so better informed decisions can be made. Read on for details and examples.
An application needs to perform well across different browsers, so cross browser testing will make sure it does. Read our post for some helpful guidance.
Usability testing uses real end-users to gain feedback on the progress of how well an app or site would work in the field, so improvements can be made.
Distributed load testing is used when a heavy load is simulated using multiple load generators over several systems, thus distributing the test load.