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Quality Assurance: Models, Stages & Processes

How can you be confident that your product is excellent, and what does Quality Assurance testing entail? Testing a software product for bugs, defects and general effectiveness saves you money and improves your software delivery reputation but what are the main models, stages and processes that are involved in the QA process? We answering it by taking a look at what goes into software testing and the various methods used by Quality Assurance professionals.

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Is there a better alternative to Selenium?

For almost two decades, Selenium has been the go-to framework for automated software testing. We have successfully developed that Selenium is a collection of technologies for automating browsers on many platforms. Selenium tools are used to automate web app testing, despite the fact that they are capable of much more. The logic for Selenium's test scripts may be written in a variety of languages, including Java, Ruby, Perl, PHP, and Python.

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Functional and Non Functional Software QA Testing

When it comes to QA Testing Software, there are two main categories: functional testing and non-functional testing. Both have their advantages and are constrained in their own ways. As we have explained in different occasions, the Quality Assurance Testing is carried out in a manner chosen by the user but remember that by using functional testing, you can see what the process is doing and how the system responds to different inputs.

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React Testing: Best Frameworks, Libraries and Tools

The most important part of using TDD with React is picking the correct testing toolset and framework, regardless of whether you're doing unit testing, integration testing, or end-to-end testing. Selecting the appropriate toolset is crucial for using TDD in React, from testing individual components to testing the whole application. This includes a wide range of JavaScript testing frameworks and handy assertion libraries.

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Regression Testing: A Definitive Guide

Regression testing involves repeatedly evaluating an upgraded web app, software program, or system's existing functionalities as we went through Regression Testing Challenges and Best Practices in a previous post. Testers use it to verify an app's live and new features operate properly. Under regression testing, the quality analyst evaluates current features' functional and non-functional aspects for defects and mistakes.

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Top 15 Manual Testing Interview Questions and Answers

To help you feel more prepared for your next interview, this post is a collection of some of the most frequently asked questions asked in manual and software testing interviews. You should still check it out if you're currently working in some part of the software development industry, with the purpose of improving your knowledge and abilities. Manual testing is essential in software development and should be used whenever possible instead of automated testing.

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Regression Testing Vs Unit Testing and Re-Testing

Regression testing and unit testing are two different types of testing, yet many of TestQuality users use them interchangeably. Although we already went through Regression Testing Challenges and Best Practices in a previous post, it's important to distinguish between the similarities and differences between regression testing and unit testing. All unit tests are, in essence, regression tests.

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The need to write an effective Software Bug Report

As mentioned when explaining how to write a software testing plan, every software development project is essentially restricted by its resources, its timelines, and the deliverables that it promises to provide. Because software firms interact with a wide variety of stakeholders, including investors, customers, and end users, they are required to provide software of the highest possible quality.