Smoke Testing

Smoke testing is the initial testing process to check whether the software under test is ready/stable for further testing. The term ‘Smoke Testing’ is came from the hardware testing; in the hardware testing initial pass is done to check if it did not catch the fire or smoked in the initial switch on. In this testing few test cases are…

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Automation Testing

It is a process in which all the drawbacks of manual testing are over come properly and provides speed and accuracy to the existing testing phase. Automation Testing is not a replacement for manual testing it is just a continuation for a manual testing in order to provide speed and accuracy. Drawbacks of Automation Testing: 1. Cost effective. 2. Can’t…

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Automation Testing

Why Automate? Automated software testing return on investment (ROI) explained Because of unsuccessful Automated Software Testing (AST) attempts, myths related to AST implementations, and a lack of sufficient AST knowledge, you may be asking yourself, “Why should I automate?” This excerpt from the book “Implementing Automated Software Testing” answers this question by describing some of the key practices in software…

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Cross Browser Testing

A wide range of web browsers are available in market. Different end users are using different web browsers to access your web applications. So, it has now become crucial to test web applications on multiple browsers. On different browsers, client components like Javascript, AJAX requests, Applets, Flash, Flex etc. may behave differently. Also for different browsers you may have different…

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Selenium Testing Tool

What is Selenium? Selenium is an open source automation testing tool for web based applications. It runs directly on browser and supports almost all available browsers such as Firefox, chrome, IE, Opera, Safari etc. It runs on all platforms such as Windows, Linux and Macintosh. It’s a very useful tool for System functional testing and browser compatibility testing. It is…

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