What is Unit Testing ?
A unit test is a way of testing a unit – the smallest piece of code that can be logically isolated in a system.
Unit testing is one of the software testing types which includes the initial testing phase where the smallest components or the modules of a software are tested individually. With this method of testing, both testers and developers can isolate each module, identify and fix the system defects at a very early stage of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Primarily, a unit test verifies different behavioral aspects of the system under test and can be broadly classified into state-based and interaction-based unit testing.read more
If the latest trends are any indication, the world is moving towards more and more of automation which means reducing manual work to the minimum and essential tasks and trying to automate whatever is possible and makes sense. Another important trend is to make the...read more
The main aim of Agile Methodology is to get deliverable ready after every sprint which could range from 2 weeks to 4 weeks. For this, the complete project team works together to make sure everything that is being worked on is according to requirements at all times....read more
Automation is the buzz-word in the market for quite some time now. While there are people that are of the view that test automation is absolutely essential, there are few that can’t think of an alternative to their manual testing efforts and then there are some who...read more
Companies may try to push their products in the market without any testing, but sooner or later they realize the value of testing. Sometimes they hire and create an internal testing team while other times they hire external help for testing. Every company,...read more