Posts Categorized: Functionality Testing

Sanity Testing vs. Smoke Testing

Sanity Testing vs. Smoke Testing

Sanity testing and smoke testing are two of the most commonly used software testing methodologies. They’re also among the most misunderstood. Many confuse them with each other, or with regression testing, but in reality, they are two different types of testing methodologies that are used at different stages of the testing cycle. Read on to… Read more »

Hardware Lab Feedback From Our Readers

We often post about new additions to our hardware testing inventory, QA methodology, or even what we do with our retired systems. This time, we’d like to turn it around a little: What would you like to see in our hardware inventory? Different systems? More video cards? Apple Watches? Printers? VR Headsets? Let us know!… Read more »

Manual Functionality Test Cases

One approach that we take to software quality assurance testing is the preparation of extensive manual test cases (sometimes called test scripts, although this gets easily confused with test automation). We don’t always employ test cases of this level – they take considerable time to create and maintain as well as to execute, and projects… Read more »