Software Testing Tips for Your Software

Building a software is good but testing a software will be great. Today we will discuss what kind of basic testing that you need when you built a software. This article will discuss three fundamental testing that can be done with minimal effort to improve the quality of your software. Unit testing Actor: Developer Unit testing is fundamental test to understand the functionality of the software. The idea of unit testing is to test the method / procedure through a testing framework. Visual Studio 2017 or Visual Studio 2019 helps you through specific features such as: // Unit Test Framework. Visual Studio provides template to create unit test project with MSTest or other compatible framework. It will help you to create skeleton of the unit testing. Live unit test. After you build unit test, you can make visual studio run unit test automatically when codes changed. IntelliTest. IntelliTest help you to create unit test automatically based on several input and output. Although the unit test codes are not created, visual studio provides mechanism to save the tests and reuse later. Please visit further information in Unit Testing Scenario Acceptance Test Actor: Tester, Customer Acceptance test can be used to test the user story or usage scenario of the software. Acceptance test can be helped by the Azure DevOps test plan. You can use test manager to test your software based on usage scenario. You can read further information about Acceptance test through test suite, test plan, and test case. You can learn more at Azure DevOps lab by using Azure Test Performance and Load Test Actor: Tester Staring in Visual Studio 2015, you can do performance and load test by using your local machine or cloud test. You can record your web activity through coded ui test/test recording and then use performance test to simulate the usage of your web application. You can read how to do that here Are you have any other test that you will use to make sure your software great, drop it in a comment   //

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