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What is the difference between load testing and stress testing?

Load testing and stress testing are two of the non–functional testing techniques.

“The process in which we put demands on the system or the device that is being tested and measure the device or the system’s response is called load testing.” – This is a very convenient means for determining a system’s behavior under different […]

What are the types of non-functional testing?

Non-functional testing describes itself as the testing of the software’s non-functional requirements. In most of the cases, the names of the various non-functional tests might be used interchangeably since their scopes overlap between various requirements.

Types of Non-Functional Testing

1. Compatibility Testing: This type of testing determines up to what extent the system under […]

The overlay concept in memory management

Memory is a vital element and central also. Memory can be thought of as an array of many locations having their own addresses.

About Memory Management

– The processes interact with each other through a sequence of read and write operations at the specific address spaces. – The program is fetched by the operating […]

Testing of Web Applications

The quality of a web application can be pretty evident right from the onset (from the beginning of testing). Some of the key things to check for, and that are visible right in the beginning are: – Slow response time, – Problems with the accuracy of information, – Bad design / workflow problems or not […]