What is User Acceptance Testing? User Acceptance Testing (UAT) – also called beta testing, application testing, and/or end user testing – is a phase of software development in which the software is tested in the “real world” by the intended audience or a business representative. Whilst the technical testing of IT systems is a […]

Alpha & Beta Testing What is Alpha testing? Alpha testing is a type of acceptance testing; performed to identify all possible issues/bugs before releasing the product to everyday users or public. The focus of this testing is to simulate real users by using black box and white box techniques. The aim is to carry out […]

 A/B testing is a fantastic method for figuring out the best online promotional and marketing strategies for your business. It can be used to test everything from website copy to sales emails to search ads. And the advantages A/B testing provide are enough to offset the additional time it takes.   What is A/B testing? […]

What is system integration testing? System Integration Testing is a black box testing technique that evaluates the system’s compliance against specified requirements. System Integration Testing is usually performed on subset of system while system testing is performed on a complete system and is preceded by the user acceptance test. The goal of systems integration testing […]

Evolution: 1960’s Trend: 1990’s Trend: 2000’s Trend: The trend and competency of testing is changing. Testers are now required to be more technical and process oriented. Testing now is not only limited just to find bugs but has a wider scope and is required right from the beginning of the project when the requirements are […]

What is destructive testing? Destructive testing is a testing technique in which the application is made to fail in an uncontrolled manner to test the robustness of the application and also to find the point of failure. Destructive testing is performed under the most severe operating conditions and it is continued until the application breaks. […]