Exhaustive testing is a type of software testing approach where all the behaviors of a system are explored during the tests. If this approach is good in theory, it is not feasible in most testing contexts where time and resources are limited. This article presents the distinguishing characteristics of exhaustive testing and explain how to perform it.
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The Fuzzing Book is a website / online book that presents tools and techniques for generating software tests. Fuzzing is defined by Wikipedia as “automated software testing technique that involves providing invalid, unexpected, or random data as inputs to a computer program. The program is then monitored for exceptions such as crashes, failing built-in code assertions, or potential memory leaks.”
Salesforce is a major software player in the field of customer relationship management (CRM) and customer service. This article discusses the specific challenges of testing Salesforce applications and provides best practices for implementing test automation in this domain.
This book “Implementing Automated Software Testing”, Elfriede Dustin, Thom Garrett and Bernie Gauf presents a comprehensive treatment of the domain of software testing automation. The first part defines and describes test automation, proposing a business case for automation and discussing the pitfalls that should be avoided.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been an accelerator of growth for online shopping and e-commerce. But are your website pages loading fast enough for impatient customers? This article shares some practical tips and metrics to test and measure the performance of your e-commerce website.
In software applications, an API (Application Programming Interface) is typically used to provide smooth communication between different software components. In this article, Olga Ezzheva discusses five benefits that implementing well-designed automated API testing provides for a successful software QA strategy.
Your Internet of Things (IoT) solution is unique and you will quickly realize that testing end-to-end IoT performance is hard. This article explains what you should require in an IoT performance testing tool to solve these problems.