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A unit is the smallest testable component of an application, such as a field or button. Unit testing validates that each software component works or behaves as expected.
Functional testing establishes whether software performs as a user would reasonably expect.
Acceptance testing verifies that the whole product, application, or new component works as intended. A component could be a new form or a change to an existing process.
Integration testing makes sure that software components or functions interact as expected. This is particularly important when working with third-party APIs and may relate to capturing data or processing a payment.
Regression testing involves running software tests to ensure previously developed core functionality still works as expected after recent changes. If the program doesn’t run correctly, it will have regressed and will need fixing.
Quality assurance testing (QA testing) ensures software operates without bugs and/or malfunctions. Each malfunction will be identified by a test case and issues must be fixed until there are no more bugs.
The API links all of the systems needed for your software to function correctly. It is usually tested after software development to ensure that everything is working as intended. API testing is similar to unit testing, in that it is tested at code level.
Performance testing assesses the stability and responsiveness of a system. It makes sure the software works under the expected load and provides a reliable user experience.
UI testing is intended to closely resemble a typical user experience. It ensures that the final product a user interacts with functions as intended.
Smoke testing verifies that all the critical features of a product work as expected. Basic smoke tests may include checking whether the programme loads and a user can log in.
Security testing inspects software for known vulnerabilities to make sure they can’t be exploited by hackers.
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