In recent years, the third testing method has been also considered – gray box testing. It is defined as testing software while already having some knowledge of its underlying code or logic. It is based on the internal data structures and algorithms for designing the test cases more than black box testing but less than […]

Black box testing one of the most common word that has been used by almost all the testers. In this article we will understand the meaning of black box testing and we will discuss about how black box testing is performed in real world. It is one of the most common testing methods perform by most […]

White Box Testing (WBT) is also known as Code-Based Testing or Structural Testing. White box testing is the software testing method in which internal structure is being known to tester who is going to test the software. White Box Testing Definition: Testing based on an analysis of the internal structure of the component or system. […]

What do you mean by smoke testing? Smoke testing is the initial testing process exercised 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 […]

Non-functional testing is concerned with exercising application functionality using a combination of invalid inputs, some unexpected operating conditions and by some other “out-of-bounds” scenarios. This test is designed to evaluate the readiness of a system according to several criteria not covered by functional testing. Examples include performance testing
, security testing
, usability testing, dependency testing
, reliability […]

Functional testing is a quality assurance (QA) process and a type of black box testing that bases its test cases on the specifications of the software component under test. In functional testing basically the testing of the functions of component or system is done. It refers to activities that verify a specific action or function […]