Manual Testing

Manual testing is the process of web base application testing without using any Script or tools. To ensure completeness of testing, the tester create test plan that leads them through a set of important test cases.

Any new application must be manually tested before its testing can be automated. Manual testing requires more effort, but is necessary to check automation feasibility.

The Best application and Software must be manually tested before its testing can be automated. In that concept “Fully Automation is not possible in application” so, manual testing is required with the best test plan.

Manual testing checks the quality of the system and delivers bug-free product to the customer.

Goal of Manual Testing

The goal of Manual Testing is to make application error free and it’s working properly as per user requirement Test cases are designed during the testing phase.

Basic Types of Manual Testing

Unit Testing

First step of testing, normally done by the developers who developed application. Also known as white box testing.

Integration Testing

This testing is usually follow two modes, as a complete package or as an increment to the earlier package. Most of the time black box testing technique is used and sometimes a combination of Black and White box testing is also used in this testing.

System Testing

In this testing the software is tested from all possible stature for all intended purposes and platforms. In this testing Black box testing technique is normally used.

User Acceptance Testing

This testing done in final phase of testing before delivered software application to the market.

Release or Deployment Testing

Testing team will go to customer site to install the system in customer configured environment and will check for the following points:

  1. Whether SetUp.exe is running or not.
  2. There are easy screens during installation
  3. How much space is occupied by system on Hard drive

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