There is a myth that missed defects are due to testers but the reality is discussed and mentioned below.
– It is not a correct approach to blame testers for bugs that remain in the application even after testing has been performed. – This myth relates to time, cost, requirements, and changing constraints. – However, […]
User interface testing and Usability testing are two testing methodologies that have much importance to the customers. The basic difference between these two is that the usability testing is a type of non-functional testing technique whereas the user interface testing falls under the class of functional testing techniques.
In simple words, the user interface testing […]
– Acceptance testing as the name suggests is a technique followed for the determination of whether the product meets its state specifications and requirements or not. – Acceptance testing is common and crucial to be followed in various disciplines of engineering and this includes software engineering as well. – Acceptance testing in general may involve […]
– User interface (UI) testing or GUI (graphical user interface) testing is defined as the process involving testing of the GUI of the software product. – Testers perform this testing process for ensuring that their software system meets the specifications stated by the client. – For this purpose, they may use a variety of test […]