Stability testing is a form of non-functional software testing used to assess a software application’s reliability and ability to work continuously over a long period of time. Stability testing is used to see whether a software programme crashes or fails during regular use at some point in time by...
Performance testing is a software testing method for evaluating a software application’s speed, response time, consistency, reliability, scalability, and resource use under a specific workload. The key aim of performance testing is to find and minimize performance bottlenecks in software applications. It is also known as “Perf Testing” and...
Cloud native is a method of developing and running software that takes advantage of the benefits of cloud computing. Companies who use a cloud native architecture to develop and run applications are able to bring new ideas to market quicker and react to customer demands more quickly. Although the...
Unsatisfied consumers result from a low-quality ecommerce testing solution, which can lead to lost sales and a tarnished brand name. Effective ecommerce research is a dependable way to avoid such dangers. While it is not an ecommerce director’s duty to oversee how a solution is tested, they will bear...
There is no such thing as bug-free software. Every day, software testers in software testing all over the world come across new bugs and problems. However, since they occur more frequently than others, some of them have become very familiar. Today, we’ll go through the most popular types of...