In this article, you will learn what is integration testing, types of integration testing and some best integration testing practices. Let’s start with the integration testing definition:
Integration testing is software testing methodology where two already unit tested individual components are integrated, and the interface between them is tested for defaults. This technique is followed after unit testing.
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Unit testing definition:
Unit testing is one of the software testing methodologies, where single units of code, modules, and components are tested individually and independently. Continue reading “What is Unit Testing?”
This post will help you mark all the basic testing checks so that you don’t miss basic bugs and thus save some scolding from your boss. Please note that this is a basic testing checklist. Please add your suggestions in the comments and we will add them to the File.
This checklist can be used by both developers for unit testing and also by the software testers to check whether the developer has done some basic mistakes. The Testing Cycle proceeds further with Integration Testing, System Testing, and Acceptance Testing.
Please note this is a basic testing checklist, I have added columns where the first one is of the Type of fields in the application, the second one of the checks you have to do and third in which you will mark whether the check failed or passed. Continue reading “Basic Testing Checklist Developers & Testers”
Software Testing is a process to quantify the quality of software and maintain the quality throughout the life of the software.
Software Testing is oriented to “Detection.” It’s examining system or an application under controlled condition. It’s intentionally making things go wrong when they should not and things happen when they should not. Continue reading “What Is Software Testing ?”
Incremental model in software engineering is a one which combines the elements of waterfall model in an iterative manner. It delivers a series of releases called increments which provide progressively more functionality for the client as each increment is delivered.
In the incremental model of software engineering, waterfall model is repeatedly applied in each increment. The incremental model applies linear sequences in a required pattern as calendar time passes. Each linear sequence produces an increment in the work. Continue reading “What Is Incremental Model In Software Engineering ? It’s Advantages & Disadvantages”