Posts Tagged: Manual Software Testing

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 »

Using Automated Testing in Conjunction with Manual Testing

Recent years have seen a quality assurance solution grow in popularity. Automated testing is a type of quality assurance performed using a software program with scripts written by the tester. Automated testing re-runs test scenarios quickly and repeatedly, helping to efficiently gather large amounts of data in the shortest amount of time. Although automated testing… Read more »