Software testing tools

5 Best Software Testing Tools

What is Testing? It is a process in which pre-scripted tests are executed on a software application before their production release to check for any defect. Types of Testing Manual Testing It’s a manual process to check for defects if any, while performing this tester must have the stance of an end user. And ensuring all the features are working as stated in the requirement document. The Automated Testing It has an objective to simplify…

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Automation Testing | Vskills Certification

Automation Testing 101 – Basics and Tools

Automation Testing Automation testing has been the new age technology for software test automation. In this article we try to delve deep in automation testing, by starting from basics of software testing and automation testing. We will list the significance of automation testing for present and future software testing needs. We will also explore few automation testing tools which are used extensively in the software industry. Before delving into automation testing, we will take a…

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Electrostatic Discharge

Electrostatic discharge is used in hardware testing. ESD (electrostatic discharge) is a kind of test that hardware usually has to pass to be suitable for sale as well as use. The respective hardware must still work after it is passed through electrostatic discharge. Every organization have it’s own ESD limits which each hardware has to pass before being purchased. Every country has it’s own rules and regulations for the level of ESD. Electrostatic Discharge is…

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Using RDFS

To evaluate XML in this context is a little bit unfair, as XML has been designed to describe information exchange between information technology systems in general. It uses established infrastructures and defines the syntax unambiguously. It also provides the frame for higher levels (as RDFS, OWL – S, and also HLA and BOM and some extensions on DIS utilize XML). RDFS adds the level of semantics to XML but stays on the same level as…

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Using the LCIM

Using the LCIM defined earlier in different contributions becomes possible. The following  shows the six levels of interpretation  (technical, and conceptual) and the evaluated standardization efforts (DIS, HLA, BOM, XML, RDFS, OWL – S) to show the degree of support of interpretation, and ability to compose as defined in the LCIM can be provided. The dark gray fields indicate that this level of interpretation is well covered by the respective approach. The light gray fields indicate…

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Steps in testing: An Analysis

  In this section, we summarize the basic steps that should be considered in doing a simulation study. What are the various steps of testing? The life cycle does not have to be interpreted as strictly sequential; it is iterative by nature, and sometimes transitions in opposite directions can appear. Likewise, some of the steps can be skipped, according to the complexity of the application. It is highly recommended to use a spiral cycle with incremental…

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Modeling And Testing Simulation Concepts

Human beings are resourceful and curious. The need to explore, analyze our surroundings, and solve problems is in our nature (even from a very young age). There are many different reasons why we do these things, including improvement of our quality of life (e.g., by creating devices to reduce efforts or improve our safety), thirst for knowledge (e.g., in learning how plants grow), or even just for fun do simulation. The technique humans (and maybe…

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Testing future of your App

As by now You Know what Android is and how to build your first application. I’m happy to say that you are now getting into the fun stuff. You’re going to build a real application that you can use and publish to the Android Market.   The application you now should build needs to provide the user to toggle the mode of his or her phone’s ringer with a simple pressing of button.   Imagine…

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Introduction to Software Testing

SOFTWARE  TESTING Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of the product or service under test. Testing is the process of evaluating a system or its components with the intent to find whether it satisfies the specified requirement or not. Testing is executing a system in order to identify any gaps,errors, or missing requirements in contray to the actual requirements. lets break the Software testing into following parts:…

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Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Generally, in software companies, there will be two types of teams, they are: 1) development team and 2) testing team. whatever the software or application,etc., is developed by the development team is to be tested by the testing team, but it should fulfill the client requirements. so, the process of these two teams from initial stage to the final stage, is followed by their life cycles. In this article, we discuss only about the software…

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