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V-Model in Software Testing

V- model means Verification and Validation model. V model is now one of the most widely used software development process. The introduction of V model has actually proved the implementation of testing right from the requirement phase.   In the first half of the model Verification, testing activity is integrated into each phase like review user … Continue reading V-Model in Software Testing

Software Validation in Software Testing

Software Validation is the process of evaluating the final software product to check whether the software meets the business requirements. In general, the test execution which we do in our day to day life is actually the validation activity.   Software Validation To ensure that the product actually meets the user’s needs and that the … Continue reading Software Validation in Software Testing

Software Verification in Software Testing

Let’s see, What is Software Verification in Software Testing. Verification is a process of evaluating the intermediary work products of a software development lifecycle to check if we are on the right track of creating the final product.   Software Verification To ensure that the product is being built according to the requirements and design … Continue reading Software Verification in Software Testing

Defect Life Cycle

Defect or bug life cycle is a cycle which a defect goes through during its lifetime. Defect life cycle starts when the defect is logged and ends when a defect is closed, after ensuring it’s no longer reproduced. Defect life cycle is a critical topic in software testing.   Defect life cycles Phases:   New : When a defect is … Continue reading Defect Life Cycle

Objective and Purpose of Software Testing

Let’s understand the Objective and Purpose of Software Testing in Software Development. Major objectives for performing Software Testing are: to ensure that the application meets the business and user requirements; to catch errors that can be bugs or defects; to determining user acceptability; to ensuring that a system is ready for use; to gaining confidence … Continue reading Objective and Purpose of Software Testing

Why Software Testing is Important

Let’s understand, Why Software Testing is Important. Software Testing is necessary to produce the defect free and quality product. we do mistakes, some are unimportant, but some of them are expensive or dangerous. We need to check everything and anything we produce because humans make mistakes all the time.   There are many reasons which clearly … Continue reading Why Software Testing is Important

What is Software Testing

Software testing is the process of detect differences between given input and expected output. It is processed to verify the Software correctness, completeness, and quality.   Software Testing is, execute a system in order to identify any requirement gaps, errors, bug or missing requirements against the actual requirements.   Basically, there are two types of Software Testing. Static Testing … Continue reading What is Software Testing